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Hi to anyone that can help My Fiance and I have been awaiting her Decree Absolute to arrange our wedding and it has come to light that her previous marriage of 10 years wasn't lawfully carried out due to an administration error of the Registry Office. We have been told her case is to be heard before a DJ this week to confirm that the marriage wasn't legal, and that the registry office will send out a form to complete regarding compensation that will go before a DJ to award compensation accordingly. Does anyone know how much compensation is awarded in these matters and what can be taken into consideration at all?? Many thanks Hadituptohere
hello people .forgive me as im new to here and dont know where to post this correctly i am looking for advice please on a car that i purchased through advantage fiance in may last year. the following day the engine management light came on on the dash board and i took the car back to the show room. they fitted a new battery and reset the faults on the car. that was fine for a week or two then the light came back on and i took the car back to the showroom again who asked me to take it to their repair garage that they use and pick up a courtesy car . after several days received a phone call from showroom informing me that the car was not cost effected to repair and he would like to find me a new car to replace the one i bought. i went to the garage to collect my belongings in the car ad asked the mechanic hat the problem was and was informed that it was the turbo had blown and it need a new steering rack/ after several weeks of driving around in courtesy car i received a phone call from showroom telling me my car was back from another garage and they couldn't find any faults i asked for the car to go to my garage which i have used for many years and received a report from him listing a load of faults with the car . the repair bill came to just under £500 and the engine management light was still coming on . my mechanic said that a fault could be developing but not showing up on computer yet. 6 weeks later the turbo blew on the motorway going to work and everybody denied the fault was in the car when i bought it. after many letters to and from both advantage and the showroom i was left with a car that i bought for £3000 sitting on my drive not moving . i have taken the car to a Peugeot specialist who has fixed the problem it has cost me £1600 to do so. i wrote to advantage this week asking for a refund of my costs and have been turned down as i quote a second hand car will have faults on it . do i have a case to take it to court to claim back my money as still paying for the car and i have driven it for about 6 weeks in total many thanks