£50 note withdrawal


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Major Scott

Because if somebody gets sued in court for non-payment of a debt,
there needs to be a clearly defined method by which settlement of that
debt must be accepted. If not, the creditor could come up with various
bizarre means of payments which the debtor was unable to comply with.
That legally defined method of settlement of a debt in a court is what
is known as Legal Tender.

That is all the term means. Nothing else. It has nothing to do with
what a store might accept as payment when you go shopping. It would
help if you tried to understand the difference.
ALL cash should be accepted in a court. What is the reason not to?
 
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Major Scott

Why should money only be printed in one place? Scotland is the same country
as England.
Are you under the false impression that we've already had our referendumand chosen to leave England?
 
P

Portsmouth Rider

Major Scott said:
ALL cash should be accepted in a court. What is the reason not to?
ok.

Get in your car.

Hurtle off up and down the Auchtermuchty bypass at 90 mph. Keep it up until
the polis stop you.

Refuse any fixed penalty tickets.

Go to vourt and tell the Sherriff that he is a frog-eating sassenach.

Then pay the resulting fine in 1p pieces.

See whether or not it gets accepted.

There are two benefits to this strategy:

1. You will find out that You Are Wrong

2. You will probably get yourself banged up for a few months, and give us
some peace.

3. It will cost you a lot of dosh.

(I meant THREE benefits, not TWO, But the idea is the same.)
 
M

Major Scott

ok.

Get in your car.

Hurtle off up and down the Auchtermuchty bypass at 90 mph. Keep it up until
the polis stop you.

Refuse any fixed penalty tickets.

Go to vourt and tell the Sherriff that he is a frog-eating sassenach.

Then pay the resulting fine in 1p pieces.

See whether or not it gets accepted.

There are two benefits to this strategy:

1. You will find out that You Are Wrong

2. You will probably get yourself banged up for a few months, and give us
some peace.

3. It will cost you a lot of dosh.

(I meant THREE benefits, not TWO, But the idea is the same.)
Oh dear, jumping to conclusions again, you do look silly.

I obviously meant any money as in Scots/English etc, not stupid denominations.

For what values is a Scots tenner legal tender? If none, why not? Just stick the the one specific note, it might make it easier for you.
 
S

S

ALL cash should be accepted in a court.  What is the reason not to?
So that court staff don't have to deal with people wanting to pay
£1000 in 1p pieces just because they disagree with the judge.
 
M

Major Scott

So that court staff don't have to deal with people wanting to pay
£1000 in 1p pieces just because they disagree with the judge.
But apparently Scottish notes aren't legal tender, so I could be refusedall my £20 notes.
 
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Portsmouth Rider

Why should money only be printed in one place? Scotland is the same
country
as England.
Are you under the false impression that we've already had our referendum and
chosen to leave England?

---------------------------

Not at all.

I am under the impression that Scotland is one of the separate countries
(along with Wales, which is a Principality, Northern Ireland and England)
which together make up the United Kingdom. It is this Union which some Scots
would like to leave.

Maybe they could take their country idiot with them???
 
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Portsmouth Rider

Major Scott said:
Oh dear, jumping to conclusions again, you do look silly.

I obviously meant any money as in Scots/English etc, not stupid
denominations.

For what values is a Scots tenner legal tender? If none, why not? Just
stick the the one specific note, it might make it easier for you.
It is not legel tender for ANY value.

Perhaps you had better send them al to me, if you have had any in your
pocket money this week.
 
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Portsmouth Rider

Major Scott said:
Oh dear, jumping to conclusions again, you do look silly.
But YOU are the twat who posted (above) " >>> ALL cash should be accepted in
a court. What is the reason not to?"
I obviously meant any money as in Scots/English etc, not stupid
denominations.
"Obviuosly meant???" No wonder you have trouble understanding others'
definitions of "legal tender". You are demonstrably unable to use ordinary
English words in their proper meanings either!

Come back Duhg. All is forgiven.
 
P

Portsmouth Rider

So that court staff don't have to deal with people wanting to pay
£1000 in 1p pieces just because they disagree with the judge.
But apparently Scottish notes aren't legal tender, so I could be refused all
my £20 notes.

Scotty.... you need to get your finger out of your arse. Give your brain
more oxygen.
 
M

Major Scott

Are you under the false impression that we've already had our referendum and
chosen to leave England?

---------------------------

Not at all.

I am under the impression that Scotland is one of the separate countries
(along with Wales, which is a Principality, Northern Ireland and England)
which together make up the United Kingdom. It is this Union which someScots
would like to leave.
And we use the same money system.
 
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Major Scott

It is not legel tender for ANY value.

Perhaps you had better send them al to me, if you have had any in your
pocket money this week.
But you claim they are useless, so what are you going to do with them? Use them as firelighters? If even a court won't take them.....
 
M

Major Scott

But YOU are the twat who posted (above) " >>> ALL cash should be accepted in
a court. What is the reason not to?"


"Obviuosly meant???" No wonder you have trouble understanding others'
definitions of "legal tender". You are demonstrably unable to use ordinary
English words in their proper meanings either!
We were discussing Scottish notes....
 
M

Major Scott

But apparently Scottish notes aren't legal tender, so I could be refused all
my £20 notes.

Scotty.... you need to get your finger out of your arse. Give your brain
more oxygen.
Can I or can I not pay in an English court using Scottish notes?

--
We cannot see the future.
We cannot change the past.
We can only live in the now, with an eye towards gaining enough
power in the future to wreck revenge on everyone who ever screwed
us in the past.
 
P

Portsmouth Rider

Are you under the false impression that we've already had our referendum
and
chosen to leave England?

---------------------------

Not at all.

I am under the impression that Scotland is one of the separate countries
(along with Wales, which is a Principality, Northern Ireland and England)
which together make up the United Kingdom. It is this Union which some
Scots
would like to leave.
And we use the same money system.

We do indeed use a similar money system. There are small, but important,
differences , which you seem to have difficulty comprehending.
 
P

Portsmouth Rider

But apparently Scottish notes aren't legal tender, so I could be refused
all
my £20 notes.

Scotty.... you need to get your finger out of your arse. Give your brain
more oxygen.
Can I or can I not pay in an English court using Scottish notes?

----------------------------------------------------

Only if the Court Officer agrees to take them. You can also pay using your
bank debit card - IF the Court Office agrees to take the payment by that
means. Neither, as has been exhaustively and tirelessly explained to you,
makes such method of payment "Legal Tender"...
Now piss off.

We are fed up with you.
 
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Chris Blunt

Why not make an official list of what is acceptable, and everyone has to stick to it?
Because every individual and every company would have their own idea
about what payment methods are acceptable to them. You couldn't
produce a single "official" list.

Legal Tender is the official list of what is acceptable to settle a
debt in court. Beyond that it's up to each person to decide for
themselves what they will accept.

Chris
 
C

Chris Blunt

I see things in black and white, vaguearies are not acceptable.
The definition of Legal Tender is very specific. There are no vagaries
about it. You have been shown links to the Bank of England's clear
definition of Legal Tender, but still you won't accept it.

You can argue with people here about it as long as you like. That
won't change reality.

Chris
 
C

Chris Blunt

ALL cash should be accepted in a court. What is the reason not to?
Whether you think it SHOULD or not is irrelevant. The fact is it
isn't, which is what people have been trying to get you to understand
for the last week.

Chris
 
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Fredxx

And we use the same money system.

We do indeed use a similar money system. There are small, but
important, differences , which you seem to have difficulty
comprehending.
The system is one system. The UK government determines who spends what
with Holyrood tweaking expenditure and some taxes.

A major issue with separation of Scotland from the Union is going to be
national
debt, especially Salmond's culpability in RBS's failure.
 

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