All detailed on the Courts Service site:That's perfect. are small claims settlements online ? Obviously the provider did not go to court and simply sent a cheque for total in post !
Again, nothing to do with cancellations, so let's get this thread back on topic.Where possible, the registrar will negotiate a settlement without the need for a court hearing. If the matter cannot be settled the registrar will bring your claim before the District Court.
Waste of time and money. I e mailed them , gave the 31 days notice, let them take the last DD then cancelled same. I doubt I'll hear anything from Sky.I have written to Irish office and UK office + sent an email, I just received a response by post, saying "they received my letter but I must phone them, I tried to phone but there was a 15 minute wait at 15c a minute.
My thoughts on this have all been deleted. Wow!. I would just like someone to show how the boxes for sale and being bought are illegal, inc the links saying so, not someone's opinion and that's me satisfied about it then.Interesting article here suggests that whilst it is not illegal to buy such a box as this, it is illegal to use it (in the UK at least)
Wow indeed. Start with Section 9 of the Broadcasting Act 1990, then Section 372 of the Copyright and Related Acts 2000.My thoughts on this have all been deleted. Wow!. I would just like someone to show how the boxes for sale and being bought are illegal, inc the links saying so, not someone's opinion and that's me satisfied about it then.
The UK channels are freely available via satellite, so a combi Saorview / Saorsat box will give you both Irish & UK channels.Will a saorview box give you the ITVs and BBCs as well ? My understanding is that they give you the irish channels but I'm a cable man meself so don't actually know.