by Frankie • Wed 08 Jul 2015 11:13
Edmorez, we also heard the same, i also downloaded a for, attached below
http://www.ameli.fr/fileadmin/user_uplo ... /S3710.pdf
by Frankie • Fri 31 Jan 2014 16:50
It's not a lack of interest the truth is the rules change dependant on who you ask. I am not sure they know themselves exactly how to apply the rules and what constitutes what on what water. No doubt all will become clear.
by Frankie • Mon 19 Nov 2012 22:42
We have not know the gent that long but he was a true gentleman, who lost his long fight on Thursday, we attended the funeral today, such a sad but lovely day to here so many people say so many nice things. We spent time later with his family to celebrate his life, all in all a very sad time in our ...
by Frankie • Fri 20 Apr 2012 12:43
Do you have isolation valves before the mixer tap, sometimes there are small inline isolation valves, perhaps they are not fully open, do you have full pressure at all other taps? I am cannot see the taps having changed.
by Frankie • Tue 10 Apr 2012 22:52
If you receive your lump sum whilst being a French resident then its taxable in France, if you retire and get your lump sum whilst still a UK tax payer then no problem. Thats my understanding of it any way.
by Frankie • Thu 05 Apr 2012 14:44
Not sure if France has any bye laws that cover the depth, generally speaking just make sure its below the frost line, if in the UK it depends on what Water Companies area it is in as they differ but as a rule of thumb
Minimum depth is 750 mm
Maximum depth is 1350 mm
by Frankie • Wed 04 Apr 2012 16:57
Ed tell them that you had it lagged, and drained and due to there valve leaking it filled up to the metre again.
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