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simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by Marking on Fri Jun 02, 2017 2:19 pm

so I was on facebook and see simon spaniard

he said

"A barrister friend of a good friend of mine ;O), asked a question: "do you really think that solicitors and barristers pay off their student loans once they have finished law school?" he asked... My good friend said "no".
"Correct" said the barrister. "what we do is this; we create a dispute, then we short-settle the dispute and all future disputes, in order to avoid potential-future litigation costs. We send a letter accompanied by a small cheque, and by banking the cheque enclosed with the letter, the company (typically a bank) accepts the terms contained in the letter, and thus cannot pursue court action for enforcement of the remaining debt" - simples. x"

Later on he said the "same was done for council tax"






Now I don't understand how you can short change student loans cause they take the money straight out of your paycheck.

Can anyone here say if this would work for student loans and council tax???





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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by iamani on Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:02 pm

Hi Marking

Call me gullible, but i find it easy to believe a barrister could and would do that. And i'd wager conditional acceptance (commerce) is involved. And apparently there are ways to prevent your wages being milked. But remember - i KNOW nothing.

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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by handle on Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:48 pm

Is this not in rhe same vein where you send a check for ,say, £50 with a covering letter to your bank saying this is all you could pay towards your mortgage this month and for ever after until you say so, and if the bank banks the cheque it has accepted your conditions.

The problem with that one is a mortgage is a gift (deed). Its not a contract. There are no terms and conditions set.

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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by actinglikeabanker on Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:53 pm

I doubt there are any protections under 'Unlawful deduction from wages/unlawful payment, section 23 Employment Rights Act 1996' : http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1996/18/contents

There does not seem to be anything obvious under 'The Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) Regulations 2009' : http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2009/470/contents/made

It looks like you may be able  to offer some type of settlement in the US but I cant find anything for UK, it seems plausible that you could raise a dispute (small claim) with the UNI but the UNI and the and the student loans are separate so this would mean getting a refund/settlement off the UNI and passing it to the student loans + your little bit to clear the balance.
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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by man on Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:07 pm

Isn't the original post saying that along with the cheque is a dispute letter which contains an agreement. The question is, what agreement is in the dispute letter?

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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by iamani on Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:21 pm

Hi all

Just my opinion.

Dear parasite

i enclose a cheque for £1000 toward my debt. On receipt of a bill from yourselves for the remainder i will settle the account.

Without prejudice, UCC 1-308

john-james:doe, authorised representative to JOHN JAMES DOE

All rights reserved

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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by Marking on Fri Jun 02, 2017 6:27 pm

actinglikeabanker wrote:I doubt there are any protections under 'Unlawful deduction from wages/unlawful payment, section 23 Employment Rights Act 1996' :
There does not seem to be anything obvious under 'The Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) Regulations 2009'

It looks like you may be able  to offer some type of settlement in the US but I cant find anything for UK, it seems plausible that you could raise a dispute (small claim) with the UNI but the UNI and the and the student loans are separate so this would mean getting a refund/settlement off the UNI and passing it to the student loans + your little bit to clear the balance.

what kind of dispute could be raised with the uni? Small claims probably wouldn't do it as students coming out of uni are racking up 50k, 60k debts

I think the only way to avoid student loans would be to leave the UK and never come back.

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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by actinglikeabanker on Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:32 am

Marking wrote:
actinglikeabanker wrote:I doubt there are any protections under 'Unlawful deduction from wages/unlawful payment, section 23 Employment Rights Act 1996' :
There does not seem to be anything obvious under 'The Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) Regulations 2009'

It looks like you may be able  to offer some type of settlement in the US but I cant find anything for UK, it seems plausible that you could raise a dispute (small claim) with the UNI but the UNI and the and the student loans are separate so this would mean getting a refund/settlement off the UNI and passing it to the student loans + your little bit to clear the balance.

what kind of dispute could be raised with the uni? Small claims probably wouldn't do it as students coming out of uni are racking up 50k, 60k debts

I think the only way to avoid student loans would be to leave the UK and never come back.

Higher Education Act 2004 : Part 2 is worth a look : http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2004/8/contents

Maybe the 'Qualifying institution' was stating 'Best IT resources available 2010' and once you arrive you find they have office 2007 etc etc, would that not be a 'Qualifying complaint'?, just because the money never touches your hands, does that mean it is acceptable for you to get a degree on 'legacy' tech/software whilst paying a premium?. Three years behind in the tech world is pretty much, behind!.

Leaving UK will work under many conditions, I guess it just depends on where you go, the state of partnerships and memorandums of understandings going on between the countries in question.
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Re: simon spaniard on student loan and council tax

Post by LionsShare on Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:39 am

a very long shot could this be used in some way?

michale tellinger promissory note!

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