Mr Ahtiq Raja successfully convinced St Albans Magistrates Court that the decision of the local authority should be overturned and the Appellant was a fit and proper person.
Defendant insurers are frequently resorting to sending Claimants text messages wherein they set out that they will provide to them a replacement vehicle at a set rate. Most will be aware of the case law authority of Copley v Lawn  EWCA CIV 580 and what is referred to as the ‘intervention’. This authority sets what the offer must contain. However what it does not set out is what type of method can be used to communicate the offer. Therefore, so long as the Claimant has seen it, the issue then becomes live between the parties. Whilst service in this form (a text message) remains a matter of contention, if the Claimant accepts he recieved it, it is difficult in practice to see how service will become an issue. Whilst Claimants through Case Handlers (whether at the insurers or otherwise) are often told to ignore such a text message they do at considerable risk. Rather than being dismissive about it, Barrister Ahtiq Raja suggests that insurers/case handlers should pro-activley make enquiries and only then, for justifable reasons, advise the Claimant accordingly.
Barrister Ahtiq Raja was successful in pursing his clients case at Fast Track as he prepared matters carefully. He presented the same in a clear and concise technique which was easy to follow. His success undoubtedly down to his careful preparation. A trusted barrister who will always go the extra mile.
Our Barrister Ahtiq Raja was instructed in an appeal against a deportation order. His preparation and strategy were faultless! Nottingham Justice Centre
Practice Direction 8B considered – fresh evidence is usually not permitted at stage 3 unless “where the court considers that it cannot properly determine the claim without it”. Solicitors need to be careful that all heads of claims are properly evidenced.
Wickes Building Supplies Ltd v Blair  EWCA Civ 1934
The client was overjoyed that he was going home after Ahtiq made submission on appeal and they were accepted. Details can be found here – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-44384381
Ahtiq Raja has been successful against TFL. They had revoked a private hire’s drivers badge. After firm submissions Ahtiq convinced the Bench that the revocation was improperly engaged. On appeal he was successful in obtaining costs. For all your Taxi Licence matters get in touch today.
Our Ahtiq Raja has been successful in obtaining full payment for the Claimant despite there being a plethora of issues the District Judge was satisfied that the Defendants Basic Hire Rates evidence should not be applied. Demonstrating his knowledge of credit hire and respective authority. He has vast experience in credit hire and welcomes instructions.