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make amends for

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Derek said: "I am still being contacted by Bethany survivors looking for redress for what happened to them in the past.
It is also an opportunity to raise standards across the industry, as every letting agent not member of a redress scheme could face a fine up to PS5,000.
But consumer help website MonEYSAVINGEXPERT has found that many victims mistook claim forms they have received as part of the redress scheme for payment protection insurance (PPI) junk mail, leading them to throw them in the bin.
Redress in Retail Investment Markets sets out the following recommendations for European and national authorities to increase the availability and quality of redress mechanisms in retail financial markets:
It is appalling that they have already been left out in the cold without any recourse to proper redress for too long.
If they refuse or fail to confirm if you were given alternative redress, or confirm that they did but refuse to compensate you the next step is to make a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (which is free and easy to do).
The lack of meaningful progress during October is unsurprising, especially given that only HSBC (Buy) took a small increase in its IRHP provision in Q3 2013 - primarily reflecting increased administration costs rather than any reassessment of likely levels of redress," said Gordon.
Participating in a discussion on the Draft Citizens Right to Grievance Redress Bill, 2011, organised by Observer Research Foundation (ORF) here today, Mr.
LEFKOSA, Jul 1, 2011 (TUR) -- A Turkish Cypriot commission designed to settle property issues between the two communities of the island has paid so far nearly 60 million pounds in redress to Greek Cypriots for properties they left in the north of the island.
House Speaker William O'Brien named a special Redress of Grievances Committee to hear a case against a school teacher who allegedly threatened a student's life if he didn't finish a class he needed to graduate, and three other citizen disputes.
Over GBP 30 million in customer redress has already been repaid.
LIME is also seeking redress in the sum of EC$23 million which represents revenue that LIME and the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) have allegedly lost over the past three years because of Digicel's bypass activitiesDon Austin, LIME's Exec.
AaAaAa It said the IER's decision to develop collective redress has been unanimously welcomed.
This paper examines the response of the predominantly white community at Caledonia in the context of the powerful discourses now circulating around redress and reconciliation and the diverse avenues they offer for political contestation.
I think instead of seeking what you call redress, you concentrate on your health rather than revenge.