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  1. The keys V5 etc are all with the car unfortunately. Will give GF a call tomorrow and see if they can retrieve it then see what money we can recover from it
  2. Oh can someone help as the garage are trying to claim £7 a DAY storage fees from me now as the dealer dumped the car on their forecourt and obviously I don't feel I should be paying it as I didn't put it there
  3. ARRRGH HELP HELP HELP URGENT!! I have just had a letter that not only the company is defunct but now that he is PERSONALLY bankrupt too, this is from a bankruptcy practitioner. I'm guessing my best bet would be to try and retrieve the broken car now quickly and minimise my losses that way? I haven't said anything to this guy but I presume if I say the car was rejected in June then he's going to want it as an asset of the company and I will get even less than that?? Someone please advise as a matter of urgency!
  4. Ok paperwork went back to the court and came back to me resealed, i've now posted it to the new researched address and sent N215 notice of service to the court. I've just checked and the paperwork has been signed for at the new address by the currect surname so I have the recorded delivery slip and PoD stapled together just in case they don't file a defence and later go striking out any judgement on the grounds they didn't receive the documents. So hopefully we are all systems go now be nice if he now loses his nerve and pays up to make it all go away. If not I can now prove in court
  5. I posted the paperwork back to the court to be resealed to the new address i've located so should hopefully get it back asap, thanks for the advice
  6. Cheers, I thought that but I thought i'd best check as it met the test for them having been served as to the registered address and he's used that address as his correspondence address to himself with companies house too. Anyway i've triple checked this other address and the same 2 names who were directors have come up on 3 separate times so im pretty sure its both of them, paperwork back to the court in the post tonight with the amended address. I'd love to be a fly on the wall when he gets the papers served as he presumably thinks he's gotten away with it so far. Can't believe hes
  7. Oh i've just done some digging around and it looks like the address i've got is his trading address which is registered with companies house as the only address. Having done some nice internet digging I have found their home address and the phone number, just called it (anonymously) and I got an answerphone message confirming they live there it mentions him and his wife's name so it must be their current address. Now advice please, as the papers are deemed served do I go for default judgement as he told me that I could still contact him at that address or do I re-serve the court papers to th
  8. I've today had letters from the court saying the papers were "returned as un-served" now this is the last contact address I have for the company and for him personally AND it's still the registered address with companies house and it's on all the letters I've received so I presume this would be enough evidence to present to the court and then just go for judgement tomorrow anyway? It says the papers are considered served and as the company is registered to this address and it was/is the last address I have for him personally too I assume from this I just go ahead and apply for judgement agai
  9. Very interesting i've had a reply from the garage. They're trying to stick me with £7/week storage charges which is all irrelevant as far as I am concerned as the car was rejected in July as mentioned above. Some interesting admissions in the letter that I will be presenting to the court: 1. He has admitted the dealer settled their bills in full before mucking about like this 2. They've admitted they haven't even TOUCHED the car, they say they've diagnosed a flywheel problem (it's an auto) and a torque converter problem now i'm not sure how they can claim they know that it's those
  10. Countdown now to see if he replies or if I can go straight to judgement. Given the "clever" moves he's pulled so far i'm thinking he'll not reply because he thinks he's hiding behind the limited liability. I've listed both him and the company as co-defendants and mentioned the Insolvency act as above so we shall see what happens next! The second the 14 days rolls around and I can hit that default judgement button I shall do so. More to follow...
  11. Got a letter today confirming strike off is on hold until mid April at least, if I send them evidence of court action they are happy to extend. Finally feels like a small victory. Submitted the claim on MCOL this evening £105 well spent I hope! Thanks for everyone's advice. I have reams of emails printed off as I communicated everything with him via email so can prove the car was faulty the same day due to the time stamps on the emails and I have his letters where he admits he is resigning as director and walking away. So fingers crossed should stuff him soon
  12. Smashing i'll type it up tomorrow and post it for comments then lodge it with MCOL I was only really asking the garage for the cost etc to find out how much it'd cost to fix rather than to put in front of the court from what's been said it won't be any less than £1000 as it's gearbox related (auto) and it's already been stripped down, I did a hunt online a used auto box full is between £400-£1300 then it'll be plus labour so just me guessing at this stage but thought just for peace of mind i'd contact the garage to find out if it was worth repairing then selling to recover the money.
  13. Thanks for the responses everyone. I've written to the garage that hold the car asking for a full report on it, i've written to oppose the striking off. So bringing the claim to small claims court which i'm doing this week just trying to get the wording correct for the "paperwork" So to start off with I describe the situation, the fact after many faults and catastrophic breakdown I rejected the car under SOGA, is it worth mentioning the fact that the car was misrepresented as per CPR as he said "everything works" as well? Then finish off by mentioning the insolvency act as you sugg
  14. Yeah trouble is it's not an insignificant repair which is why he's being awkward plus it's not the only fault just the one that made it go bang. I suspect that unless I am able to bring the claim against him personally then I suspect it's a hiding to nothing but it's probably worth a try for the court costs because otherwise the car is really only scrap as it stands. Also we don't have anywhere to put the thing as no private driveway nor garage only communal parking away from the house so we'd then be in bother with some kind of insurance and possibly taxing it even tho it wouldn't be dr
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