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  1. Hi, I am new to this forum and was hoping to get some advice please. I purchased a car from a "trader" - the car was listed on Autotrader and it was delivered to me. It transpired he was a dodgy dealer and has no interest in communicating further. The receipt did not have the person's name or address, the Autotrader site just has the "Trading name" but it's not a registered company. I had the vehicle thoroughly examined by a mechanic, which I was sure wouldn't be needed as it passed a clean sheet MOT a week before the sale. The car should never have passed an mot, there is corrosion issues, handbrake not working, seatbelt mounting areas with holes in the chassis and most is not repairable. I have submitted an MOT Appeal to the DVSA and am awaiting an appointment for a re-examination. My question - If DVSA find that the MOT shouldn't have been issued, let alone on a clean sheet, could I hold the MOT test station accountable for the price lost because of the fraudulent test? I'm not talking about 1 or 2 faults, the car should've failed on at least 9 different items and I'm expecting them to put a prohibition on the vehicle once it is tested. Thanks in advance for any advice
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