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Wednesday, 26 February 2014

"Kanetech Ltd Refuse To Back Down On Planning Corruption And Are Fined £9,000 For Seeking Justice In Our Courts"

Plumbing company fined £9,000






A plumbing firm in Jersey has been ordered to pay £9,000 for breaching building requirements.

Kanetech Ltd has been given the fine after appearing in the Magistrates Court earlier this month.


The company breached regulations by fitting heating boilers without building permission.


The Government says this case highlights the importance of heating boiler instillation's meeting health and safety standards.


It is asking islanders to make sure their oil or gas fired central heating boilers are properly installed by asking the plumber fitting it for a certificate of compliance.


If you have recently had an oil storage tank or new oil or gas fired boiler installed in your house and have not received a certificate of compliance, contact the Building Control Team on 448407.


Director of Building Control at the Department of the Environment, Mo Roscouet, said: “We are reminding any person who is having an oil or gas boiler fitted of the importance of receiving a certificate of compliance. 


"An incorrectly installed boiler can result in the release of poisonous carbon monoxide gas and increased fire safety risks.”

"More Lies & Corruption In Our Courts"

Magistrate & fraudster, Bridget Shaw,
expresses an opinion :)

Magistrate Shaw sails the sea's of commerce again! But was she operating under her Oath of Office at the time of sailing?
NO FACTS, NO LAW, BUT HEY, WHO CARES , I'M A MAGISTRATE, AND IF I WANT YOU TO BE GUILTY THEN YOU WILL BE!!!
How is it that the government move every single corrupt cop who has been fired, or told to resign, straight to the planning department? I guess they are best suited for career corruption!
Apparently, the planning department had all the paperwork, and had inspected all the boilers themselves that Kanetech Ltd had helped them to fit for the Environment Departments OWN CUSTOMERS, yet this is not the picture they have tried to paint to Channel TV or the rest of Jersey via the Internet posting on the Channel TV website!
Now if that is not Defamation then I don’t know what is!!!
Looks like Channel TV have signed and sealed the defamation lawsuit themselves :)

19 comments:

  1. Kanetech Ltd were "Ordered" to pay £9,000....

    Whoever gave that order is liable for a bill themselves for giving the order :)

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  2. Kanetech have never fitted gas boilers, all of the replacement oil boilers they fitted for the Planning Dept. were commissioned by OFTEC registered engineers and they have numerous documents complimenting them on the quality of their work, none of the boilers they fitted were defective in any way, this MSM propaganda piece is nothing more than an attempt to tar Kanetech and cover for the complete incompetence of the planning Dept. This is a Dept. who has someone with a Phd on red squirrels as a manager of the Energy Efficiency Scheme, need I say any more?

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  3. all relevant paperwork was done , but it wasn't kanetech responsibility in law anyway- that's why the court case has been going on for 2 years.

    The environment department should have been charged!

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  4. The minister has lost the plot on this one, haaaaaa, it was his liability !

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  5. I'm an engineer of 20 years and i used to working for the environment departments energy efficiency service. All i know is that the scheme is responsible in law for any works that they ask their employed engineers to carry out for them.

    There was this kid who used to run the scheme - and he sacked my boss who is a big company in the island - because he was saying that we had replaced a boiler wrong in one of their customers homes , but we hadn't - it was just because he didnt know what he was talking about and made himself responsible with his client.

    Remember, these are private homes and i remember that my boss used to laugh at the fact that the department were undertaking boiler installation of their own liability.

    If what i read is right then for the purposes of the law then its the department of the environment department who fitted the boilers on behalf of their customers because if their customers have problems its the department who are legally responsible.

    Planning law is very strict in that its always going to be the landowner who is responsible for any prescribed work - whoever they employ or acts on their behalf - which in this case is the environment department.

    Did the landowners employ the company in this case ? if they didn't then this is wrong in law and fact.

    Mr Kane says in that letter to Duhamel that the company wasn't responsible for any works that he was instructed to do from his employer with regards to regulatory paperwork - and i agree with this as he wasn't undertaking the work for the purposes of the law . So that in mind this seems to be a private prosecution which i believe is unlawful in Jersey.

    If the boilers were commissioned by an oftec registered engineer then it actually takes care of the issue of making sure the boiler is burning correctly etc. and making sure its energy efficient - Who did the commissioning engineers work for ? My Boss just uses local companies to come in and commission them.... but in the energy efficiency service each of the landowners had their own service commissioners.

    Anyway, from what i know the environment department had arranged to inspect all of their own departments boiler installations anyway which is an admission of their own undertaking and responsibility in law - they used to have this guy come around to inspect them but i think the department employed the wrong guy if a remember correctly.

    Very Strange that this guy has been prosecuted- because if they had no avenue to apply for a building permit then they have broken no bye-laws - anyway its not against the law to replace a oil boiler anyway - BYE-LAW 15 clearly states that in the law.

    It must be a notification thing - but its the environment departments responsibility in law and fact for their customers - and not the engineers who they instructed to work for them.


    Something stinks here !

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  6. is this libel ?

    http://www.gov.je/News/2014/pages/PlumbingSafetyStandards.aspx

    I think it is , unless they caused damage or installed the boiler wrong

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  7. What happens now?

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    1. I think Martin and Des told Shaw they were taking the case up to the Royal Court for a special hearing which would not allow the case back into Shaw's evil grasp....They then both walked out of court mid session :)

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  8. I cant believe what the government have done here , its not against the law to replace an oil boiler ... wtf is going on ? - what have they been prosecuted for ? its say there that it was the environment departments customers wtf ?

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  9. The Kanetech hearing was for an abuse of process immediately followed by a 'trial', kinda makes one think the abuse of process was a done deal with no hint of making of look otherwise, witnesses were already in court, who is Shaw trying to kid that this was anything but a rubber stamp exercise pre-decided before the hearing.

    Now we find out the Planning Dept. are applying for building permits for replacement boiler instillations under the EES, did the law change making P&E now liable to get the permit? no it hasn't, P&E were always liable to get the permit, this is just another case of a mad magistrate failing to protect an innocent party.

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  10. All works were signed off by environment department all works done to high standard and commissioned

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  11. Everyone doesn't quite know the facts yet- but they soon will.

    Reg Skips eat your heart out !


    A 2 year court case in magistrates court !!! wtf

    If someone doesn't get charged with malice in this one ....then I'll eat my hat.

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  12. Are you relying on the Royal court to serve justice?

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    1. hahaha, hell no, but remember this, Bailiff & Deputy Bailiff are a little smarter than Bridget Shaw and would not be willing to risk their reputations on a case drenched in corruption, especially knowing that the Kane Bros are going the distance with this case :)

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  13. Oftec regs state a boiler should not be commissioned unless a CD 10 is filled out by a registered technician or a non registered technicians form is filled (which comes with boiler)and must contain a planning number.commissioning engineers who don't do this may be struck off by oftec

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    1. That is big fat "Opera Tits" right there :)

      I know the rules of the game....

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    2. That is bullshit, read the law. IT IS NOT LAW TO BE OFTEC REGISTERED ! gas is different where you MUST be registered with GAS SAFE.


      ITS ALL ABOUT NOTIFICATION - but whose duty is it in law to notify? bylaw 10 - THE PERSON WHO PROPOSES.... AND IS RESPONSIBLE .... AND WHOM PAYS THE BILLS ! WHICH IN THIS PARTICULAR CASE IS THE ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT !

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    3. Commissioners could be in a lot of trouble here. Not the plumbers who installed boilers. Commissioners could be struck off offtec . Offtec is not law anyway it's just a safe guide .

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