Softus said:It's one thing to advise someone to seek professional legal advice, but my question was meant to be directed at the following set of comments, all of which went beyond the simple redirection towards a solicitor that you've now dropped back to...
david + julie - julie said:I would be very careful on this one...
david and said:IT IS ESSENTIAL your solicitor does this and not you, the court will recognise and respect his view over yours.
david and julie said:The landlord could throw your letter in the bin and deny all knowledge, whereas a court would believe your solicitor.
So, to answer your question, viz:
My grounds are that you overstepped the simple act of stating facts and recommending legal advice. I never said that you were wrong to advise seeking legal representation. I sincerely hope that The Wife does that, because she'll then discover that you were stating opinion, not facts.david (but no julie) said:What grounds do you have for your comment and why am I wrong to advise the seeking of legal representation?
My comment about being careful related to the condition of the building. The Wife did say the gas and the electrics were dangerous and that she was aware of this, but was holding it back from the HSE.
If someone had been subsequently injured or killed and it was proven she withheld the information from the official bodies, the business and the people themselves, if they were anything but limited, would be finished anyway.
Why are you trying to be clever with my name? you are carrying problems over from thread to thread which may suit your petty mind, but gives no regard to the person asking the question.
What legal qualifications do you hold?