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A reseacher conducted the experiments on my subject and I would like to use his data on my thesis. I am a modeller so I don't do any experimental work and just to want to model his experiments to validate my models. We met in the past at some workshops. What is the etiquette for mailing for this purpose?
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I moved to UK for my PhD and bought a flat. The flat has a new extention but has no completion certificate for it. The solicitor informed me about it just a week before finalizing of the purchase. He advised me to keep a retention to complete the extention. The seller, who is also the builder, couldn't get the certificate so I asked an independent builder to finish the work. Now the seller doesn't agree to pay the builder from the retention. My solicitor wants to take a legal action against him. Now I am not sure to whom I should take a legal action: to the seller or to the solicitor for the negligence. I don't have any written evidence for the negligence though.
Besides the independent builder want me to pay the work immediately. Can anyone give me advice regarding the situation? How long does it take legal cases in UK?
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I suggest to use an orthopedic pillow. It is also much cheaper than ergonomic chair and much useful. One of the major cause of the ache is bad posture so try to correct your posture. Other useful things are streching exercises and applying heat packs.
Swimming is good to strengthen the muscles but you should dry very well the hair otherwise it could be even worse with cold weather.
IF YOU ARE MOVING
If you are moving to a different Community Member State, you must register your vehicle in that country as soon as possible after arrival and, at any rate, within six months of moving...
It is from European Commision portal
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