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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    No you wouldn't.

    Once an agency knows that you can be bothered to pay a solicitor to review your contract and redraft clauses, they realise that you will be trouble if they don't pay you......
    Possibly, but in my case I would give them a body swerve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractor View Post
    LaFosse try this too with varying limits on dates. I made them delete the lot
    There's an agency that chose the name "The Pit"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    There's an agency that chose the name "The Pit"?
    A fosse is a ditch really, like Fosse Way.

    I would fosse them if I were you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speling bee View Post
    A fosse is a ditch really, like Fosse Way.

    I would fosse them if I were you.
    La fosse is French for pit.

    Le fossé is French for ditch.

    La fosse septique is French for septic tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    La fosse is French for pit.

    Le fossé is French for ditch.

    La fosse septique is French for septic tank.
    Curse my Latin education.
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    I like the cut of La Fosse's jib.

    The great news is that they describe how they are different: How we are Different | La Fosse Associates

    Disappointingly, their website doe not obviously give their company number, VAT number and other pieces of information required by the Companies Act.
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    Thanks guys Don´t know how they will react, yet, but we´ll see..
    Will keep you posted (if interested)..

    Good one about the LaFosse - we are warned now

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