the only thing I didn't mention was the £36 should have been 24 and that Barclaycard got to wrong. I didn't want to highlight that the real statement is in there. If Hoist mention it and the judge allows the new pages can I then point out that error?
If you have given a brief description of the project as I have suggested above – in red, then I think that's all you need.
It should be presented in the form that I have posted for you above – clearly laid out in numbered paragraphs, one point per paragraph.
Of course it will be better if it is presented on headed notepaper.
It will be very helpful if you could get a similar report from somebody else – and I have to say that this is the first time since you initially posted your story, that I have eventually understood the problem.
As I have said, it would be helpful if you can get another report whose opinion coincides with the one you have obtained above. Also, you will need to retain at least a couple of the tiles to be able to show to a judge if it goes that far.
You will also need to get to independent quotations for the cost of the work which has been identified in the report.
The quotations do not need to be prepared in the formal way that the inspection has been prepared. They simply need to outline the work that is going to be carried out and then give a price for labour and materials – and make an allowance afterwards for any snagging or any additional complications. Probably an estimate which gives a price – and an allowance for unforeseen eventualities "not exceeding… £XXX".
Don't forget to include the costs of carting away the old tiles/debris et cetera.
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