Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide|
An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.
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BAILIFFS - The Law and Your Rights
Written by John Kruse, one of the leading experts on Bailiff Law, this consumer friendly guide is essential reading for anyone who comes into contact with a bailiff.
The book is easy to understand and clearly explains the rights
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Can I return this car.........im fed up with the faults ........please help!
I bought a Nissan 4x4 in 2010 this vehicle was returned, due to am un reasonable level of faults
The dealer replaced the vehicle witha second vehicle after we had put another couple of thousand into the deal, I have had the vehicle for one year and in that time I have undder warranty had replaced the lower timing chain, the dual mass fly wheel, and I also paid for a clutch to be replaced, I am now experiencing another mechanical fault where the vehicle is bucking like its cutting out whilst driving, i have also been told by the dealer that,this vehicle has 2 outstanding recalls to be carried out and are known to be saftey related where the drivers electric seat moves on its own with any warning whilst driving
I am so sick of this vehicle now with its catalogue of faults can I hand it back the finance company and get my money back as I do not think its of merchantable quality.
Re: Can I return this car.........im fed up with the faults ........please help!
New or used? Nissan Dealer or not? On what you have posted............no. You will have a hard job. If it was a Nissan dealer then why have they not done the work to correct the recalls. Also bare in mind that recalls are not necessarilly a safety issue. It's the enforced re-calls that the VSA and VOSA insist on which are the ones you need to worry about.
Overall, where there has been a fault it seems this has been sorted out as they are required. The fact that this has happened is no basis to reject. You cannot reject on the number of faults ( on a used vehicle) if the dealer has met their obligations to put them right at no cost to you. I think there is case law on this but I stand to be corrected.
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