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2nd December 1993
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Keywords : Albu, Surnames, Ulverston

• Neath owner-driver Owen Eagan was warned about his future maintenance standards at a Cardiff public inquiry Eagan told South Wales Deputy TC Gerrard Sullivan the tipper business was "a rough game" and half the company revenue was spent on repairs.

New owner?

IIII The one-vehicle licence held by James Jones, trading as Andy Skips, of Burnley, was revoked when he failed to appear before North Western TC Martin Albu. The Commissioner said he thought the business might have changed hands.

Early finish • Maintenance problems led North Western TC Martin Albu to direct that the licence held by Cumbrian farmer John Williamson terminate at the end of next September, instead of March 1996. Williamson, of Newlands, near Ulverston, said he felt he was being victimised.

Delayed decision

• Problems over vehicle maintenance and finance have led to the revocation of the licence held by Newton Stewart-based George Roedemer. Scottish TC Michael Betts has directed his decision not take effect until an appeal by Roedemer has been dealt with by the Transport Tribunal.

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