The Cheekiest Court Claimant Competition…

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Without ever having taxed the car that he bought in October 2017.

Author: Jason Williams
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Would be hard pressed (if it existed) to beat this particular individual who issued court proceedings:

a.    Without ever having taxed the car that he bought in October 2017;

b.    Then told the court he did not have any money to pay the court issue fee – despite having paid over £14000 in CASH for the vehicle and

c.    Has seemingly now been sent to prison for a 12-month term.  No wonder he didn’t want the car any-more!

We will let you know what happens.

Jason Williams

Legal Advisor

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