Wonder if anyone out there can help. I starting having guitar lessons towards the end of last year.
The agreement handed to me wasn't to my satisfaction.
I didn't like fact there wasn't enough flexibility,
also the notice period.
I raised this with the tutor he said that was ok he can be flexible,
so we confirmed time and day of my lessons and cost and I started the lessons.
A couple of months in
he put the price up, but I didn't really have a problem with that.
However about 6/7 months into lessons due to unplanned work situation.
I had to temporarily move away immediately.
I let my tutor know at the end of the term, that I wouldn't be coming back next term.
He said I would have to pay the fees anyway, as I'm required to give a months notice.
I said I didn't sign up to that, he said I came to the lessons meaning I agreed to the T & Cs.
Clearly he is now going against what he originally said, what we verbally agreed.
I didn't sign the paperwork can he make me pay?
He has sent me a small claims warning before proceedings letter from his solicitors.
I don't want pay the guy a penny as I'm not gonna have the lessons.
All advice welcome.