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  1. The company have their offices just into Scotland, their registered address. A valuation company.
  2. It was a valuation company who agreed to value a possible purchase for us, advise us on its worth and then produce a lease for our approval. None of this happened - although they did give some verbal advice on the 'phone and some unsubstantial advice through e-mails. It would have gone well if the landlord had not circumvented the outlined process and given the lease to someone else, freezing us out of the process.
  3. It was a valuation company who agreed to value a possible purchase for us, advise us on its worth and then produce a lease for our approval. None of this happened - although they did give some verbal advice on the 'phone and some unsubstantial advice through e-mails. It would have gone well if the landlord had not circumvented the outlined process and given the lease to someone else, freezing us out of the process.
  4. I am brand new to this, so sorry if I have posted in the wrong place. We engaged a Scottish firm to do some work for us. We entered into a contract whereby they would deliver three outcomes. Owing to some very complicated circumstances (neither ours nor their fault) these outcomes were not achieved and they sent us their bill for services. We felt that the bill was excessive in view of the fact that none of the outcomes were achieved. However, we did recognise that they had put in some hours work on our behalf, so we paid two thirds of their bill, and explained why one third was being withheld
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