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    • Tricky ! If someone in this situation wanted to continue to Insure their car on a comprehensive basis they would find it difficult.  Most people would want comp cover, so a car is fully covered, even though they might not be driving it,   Suggest contacting an Insurance Brokers to ask what they can arrange.   If Insurance is not available, find a storage option, so the car can be kept off the road and SORN. 
    • I cant help thinking that if we had to complete a questionaire that asked if you were "physically able bodied" before you were interviewed then this would be classed as discriminative.   Yet you can be asked to explain a gap in employment and that this is not classed as discriminative to people who may have had a mental breakdown.   Ok on this occasion I had taken a work break, if thay had asked a bout a break I had taken 10 years earlier then it would have been a different story as I had suffered depression and anxiety at that time.   It just seams to me that it puts people who have had a mental health issue at a disadvantage.      
    • I am just outside of the HS" zone for compulsory purchase. However,I put my house up for sale 4 weeks ago, and have had 2 viewers. Both said they like the house but the threat of HS2 having framework across the road put them off buying my house.    I am aware that I can take HS2 to court and get the court judge to (hopefully),force HS2 to purchase my house at market value under the Blight Order.    How do I go about starting the process?. Which court would the case go to?. Am i best enlisting a claims specialist with success in this field?.    The estate agent who my house is on the market with has told me that they have the feedback documentation from the 2 viewers testifying that HS2 put them off buying my house, so they would be available to the court.    Apparently there has already been 1 successful case on my street, and 1 two streets down, and there is another case on my street going through the court.    Any help, laws,quotes etc would be greatly appreciated.
    • Hi HubbaLoo and welcome to CAG   It's no surprise that the likes of CARS and Harlands  make far more charging admin fees than they do from taking a small monthly percentage of the gym fees.   It's best to tell CARS your new address - best that you know what they're up to at all times.   Send them a typed letter (no emails for now) saying:-   Dear sir or madam,   Membership at [town/city] DW Gym   My current address is as shown above.   I cancelled my membership when I relocated and supplied details of moving. I do NOT have to supply utility bills etc as demanded from you and will not enter into further correspondence with you.   If you continue to harass me for payments of admin fees, I will make formal complaints to the appropriate authorities.   Yours faithfully.    
    • It is not the DVLA that insist it must be insured, it is s.144A, Road Traffic Act 1988. Off road and SORN is one of the exceptions - s.144B of the same act.
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Kalahati

Bought a faulty van from a trader?

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I will do this ASAP once I have the van back. I'll keep you updated.

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You can give the seller a choice, either

 

 

1. You fix the van to my satisfaction

2. I take it to a dealer to be fixed and you pay the bill

3. I reject the van for a full refund.

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1 & 3 will depend entirely on what 2 is. Quite excited to see what the Mechanic says.

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Don't forget you need it on paper so the seller can't claim heresay.

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Kalahati

 

Do not stress and do not let the dealer take you for a crunchy ride.

 

I had and still have issues with a trader I bought a car off for my wife, there were no faults listed in the advert but did state 'maintained to a high standard and can only be described as faultless'..

 

Wrong, the vehicle is full of faults but the dealer stated in an email in response to my letter 'the faults you state are fair wear and tear and to be expected, you were told of all faults before purchase and the vehicle is sold as seen as we do not test them or their functions'.. (how did they tell me about the faults that are wear and tear if they never tested the car?)

 

As you may find they called my bluff and thought I was just all talk about taking them to court, they are now sweating and making alleged offers in writing (that's what they keep telling the court) but these letters never arrive. But I am writing my final statement and have taken the case for a hearing..

 

Do Not Back Down and this forum will help you loads and give you good honest advice. Good luck with it

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Do you have an update for us Kalahati ??

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