Author Topic: Cease and Desist Notice (FTAO those who run their own outdoors websites)  (Read 6372 times)

Mel

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Perhaps he's finally realised you're not so easy to scam as he first assumed  O0
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Well I think that has brought the discussion to a full stop.
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What a clown.
I'm tempted to set up my own blog just so I can get in on the act.
If so, I'd refer him to the reply in the matter of Arkell vs Pressdram
http://www.lettersofnote.com/2013/08/arkell-v-pressdram.html
PS - I once walked a bit of the South Downs Way. If anyone else reading this has also done so, that'll be 20 please.

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What a clown.
I'm tempted to set up my own blog just so I can get in on the act.
If so, I'd refer him to the reply in the matter of Arkell vs Pressdram
http://www.lettersofnote.com/2013/08/arkell-v-pressdram.html
PS - I once walked a bit of the South Downs Way. If anyone else reading this has also done so, that'll be 20 please.
Oh, how brilliant.

April and Beefy will be aware that there is a famous firm of solicitors in North Tyneside of the name Hadaway.

That name is also a Northumbrian dialect word for "get away or begone".

So over the years when being challenged over legal matters we tend to refer said litigants to our solicitors " Hadaway and [censored]".

Which is the practice I would point out to the previously mentioned gentleman.  ;)
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