'KIN 'ELL !! been heavy in here today...so......

Discussion in 'NOW That's What I Call ARRSE 1' started by Auld_Sapper, Jul 12, 2004.

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  1. I never signed a Contract nor did AS as far as I'm aware. I realised I was being fucked over and released it on Kindle first. They want £12.50 for a paperback. It's worth £5.50 at the most.
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  2. So you both have authors copyright? Go halves on a nice solicitors letter to get your money and rights back perhaps?

    Edit: Sorry for not shutting up, but underhand behaviour like that makes me annoyed.
  3. As far as I am aware, if they have gone bust the copyright is ours anyway. Caliver or whoever have had no dealings with me or Rab.
  4. ACAB and Auld Sapper -
    I am a retired US lawyer and have no detailed knowledge of applicable UK law. Claims like yours involve relatively small sums and might not attract interest from British solicitors. Here in the US, for a good many years, we have had available the remedy of "class action" suits where named plaintiffs sue a company on behalf of themselves and all persons with similar claims. I would presume that the individual who screwed you out of your royalties has also done the same to others.
    The UK never had the option of a class action where a suit is brought on behalf of all with claims and the class is intact unless members of the class opt-out in order to bring an action as individuals. I recall reading in a legal journal last year that the UK had recently enacted a "Consumer Rights Act" allowing for class actions. IIRC, there was some sort of provision that in order to prevent frivolous actions approval must be granted by a UK consumer rights agency in order to initiate a class action.
    If Amazon/Kindle is indeed a potential party to the action they would have an interest in ensuring that people like yourselves are made whole as they certainly want to avoid the legals costs of being a party to a class action. I suggest that you two get together and get in touch with a UK solicitor the deals with large scale consumer rights cases. I hope this will protect your rights. This individual seems to be playing a shell game with various corporations/ businesses which could be enough to allow you to "pierce the corporate veil" and go after him as an individual and reach and apply his assets as well as the assets of the defunct business and also confirm your rights to your work product.

    I should make it clear that I am a US lawyer and am not holding myself out as having any knowledge or expertise as to the laws of the United Kingdom or as to procedure in civil actions in the UK

    Good luck to you both. Let us know how things go.
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  5. Crack on then , I'm waiting.
    Cant see you penning the "C" word on the fly leaf though

  6. I came to this post late,but as a retired Prison officer dog handler ,explosive and wepons detection. I can relate to the experiences related. 14 of the happiest years of my life with the two best oppos ever,Shane and later Bruno. Dog handlers of all services never die;-they go to hell on a refresher course
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  7. Not enough.

    Start a thread and relate your experiences.
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  8. Yeah I know, I know it takes me ages to get around to things, PTSD (pished trashed shitfaced and drunk) is a heavily laden carriage that I have too tow behind me through life.

    Anyhoo. Just discovered that this Caliver Books ******* are really flogging print on demand paperback versions of the book.

    Anyone bought from them?

    Can't upload a link to thier site.
    @ACAB yours is there as well.

    Still waiting for a response from them. Never received a penny cent from them either.

    And yes I'm aware of the previous post re this.

    REgards Rab

    Ubique ya bass!
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  9. Welcome back sir :mrgreen:
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  10. Is this the one mate ?
    Welcome to Caliver Books
    Love the PTSD
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    A.C.A.B : ALL COPPERS ARE BASTARDS : A policeman's story: Reid, I From the British Army to Kent Police, 4 years as a Contractor in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is a Policeman’s Story. . In the same vein as STUMPY AND THE AULD SAPPER
    STUMPY AND THE OLD SAPPER.: RABB ORR Print on demand paperback
    WITH THE RANK & PAY OF A SAPPER: Sambrook. 260p. ill WWI memoirs of a specialised engineer unit
    ARMY OF THE DUCHY OF WARSAW 1) Artillery, Engineers, Sappers : Morawski, R 230p. Very large format. Polish text. 50 Absolutely gorgeous full colour plates A Superb series. ENGlish captions and brief summary (Green)

    Yes there you are,
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  12. Yup them's the bugg3rs. See what they've got to say for themselves tomorrow.

    REgards Rab
    Ubique ya bass!
  13. It's near Nottingham, has Drugsy been busy ripping off authors?
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  14. It's not too far from me. If you need someone to go and put a foot through their door, give me a shout.

    No fücker is going to reduce the resale value of my signed first edition hardback.
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  15. If you are interested Caliver seem to operate on fleabay under the name nannyogg999.

    nannyogg999 on eBay
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