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  1. Could be a claim based on misrepresentation but would need more details.
  2. Hi Mrs P, There are three routes to qualifying as a solicitor: 1.Traditional law degree route 2.Non law graduate route 3.ILEX route Law degree route requires a law degree followed by a one year course(two years part-time) the Legal Practice Course and then a two year training contract. At the end of the training contract you have to do the Professional Skills Course which is three weeks and pass the exam. Non law degree graduate route you can do any degree followed by the Legal Diploma formally known as the CPE which is one year full time or two years part time. Follo
  3. The limitation period for mortgages is 12 years
  4. Sale of Goods Act applies to both consumer and business to business although in some instances the protection to B2b is lower. Further info here: Sale of Goods Act 1979 and Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982
  5. You may have grounds for setting the mortgage aside on the grounds of undue influence if the bank did not take reasonable steps to ensure that you freely entered the transaction. See here for further info: Undue influence
  6. See the case of Truk (UK) Limited v Tokmakidis GmbH sorry I've got no direct link to the case but you can read up on it here para 3.38: http://www.lawcom.gov.uk/docs/cp188.pdf
  7. If it is a latent defect then deemed acceptance after a reasonable time does not apply.
  8. You can insist on a refund under s.14 of the Sale of Goods Act see here for furthr info Sale of Goods Act 1979 and Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 Go back and speak to someone more superior if no luck put your complaint in writing.
  9. You have not received the goods and you have not signed for the goods so they are in breach of contract for not supplying the goods. Don't waste your time with call centres write to their head office and demand a refund or the goods.
  10. No the customer has no rights to insist on paying the price advertised. The advertised price is what is known in law as an invitation to treat. The customer makes an offer to purchase which the retailer can choose to accept or decline. See here for further info: Contract agreement - Offer and acceptance However, the shop may be committing an offence under the Trade Description Act. This does not confer any rights on consumers to insist on purchasing goods at the advertised price, but a threat to report them to Trading Standards can be a great bargaining tool!
  11. It looks like he is trying to introduce new terms into the contract after it has been concluded which is not allowed. See here: Unfair terms - common law
  12. As it is a sale in the course of a business s.14 of the Sale of Goods Act applies and the car must be of satisfactory quality. The car must also be as described under s13 although the fact that you saw the car before buying it may stop you being able to rely on s.13. There is also a misrepresentation relating to the model of the car which may give you a right of action at common law for negligent misrep. They have also committed an offence under the Trade Descriptions Act. Whilst this does not give the consumer a remedy a threat to report them to trading standards can give you leverage in ge
  13. The Sale of Goods Act does not apply in private sales, but your Dad does have protection from misrepresentation. If the seller told him the van had an engine rebuild in 2007 and this was untrue then that is a false statement of fact which has induced the contract. More info on misrepresentation can be found here: Misrepresentation
  14. Sorry to hear of your news Nattie. I always thought you were far too much of a gentleman to be a banker anyway. Best wishes for your future
  15. Nice one Robert! Its been a while since I've heard that seductive Scottish accent!! :lol:
  16. BBC NEWS | Business | Bank case studies historic fees
  17. Thread moved to the telecoms forum so that you can get more specialised advice
  18. Thread moved to the telecoms forum so that you can get more specialised help
  19. The statements referred to in the draft directions are those which would normally be supplied in the court bundle 14 days before hearing. The draft directions brought all the timings forward for exchange of documents to add the pressure on the banks. So yes you do need to supply 2 lots. once when you submit your claim and again for the bundle to be used at the hearing.
  20. Congratulations!!!!!! :D:D ************
  21. Yes thats good advice prepare what you awant to say before hand. If you refuse to speak to them on the phone after being told to by FOS it will not reflect to well on your willingness to co-operate. You never know they might just surprise you and give you a full offer
  22. Its always good to have a helpful bank employee aroundYB, Barclays states here that they always apply charges in a way which costs the customer less. I was wondering if you knew if Natwest operate a similar system?
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