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    Originally posted by whippy View Post
    well I have taken screen prints of his facebook page and spoken to a solicitor (as used to be a legal secretary) the solicitor is going to look into it all tomorrow for me.

    Tomorrow morning I will be contact NICEIC to report this and also contact UK Power Networks whoever they are and try and find out what he has said to them.

    I asked the new electrician to take a photo of the state is was left in after the looney electrician and I cant beleive that is safe - there were just wires hanging out of the wall - I know he took the fuse and fusebox but swear he should not have just left it how he did.

    Thanks so much for your help so far guys i am going to print our messages and point the bits you all say out to the solicitor tomorrow :-)
    See poat 19 and as to UK Power as per post 19;

    UK power networks is what used to be the infrastructure part of EDF, Seeboard LEB Eastern Electric etc. They won't be interested unless their installation is involved.

    Interfering with the main fuse, they will be.
    Based on the information posted, I offer my thoughts.Any action you then take is your liability. While commending individual effort, there is no substitute for a thorough review of documents and facts by paid for professional advisers.

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