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    • I have prepared this letter if anyone can help me make it more professional? im not very good with letters, this has been ofcourse edited for public my name address   his name address   22 November 2019 Dear his name,    RE:Complaint about faulty goods   I now find the goods have the following fault:   Dual Mass Flywheel and Clutch with possible porus head. Involved in this matter, are the following professional mechanics involved, Garage One Formula One Autocentres, Oxpens Rd, Oxford OX1 1RX, 01865 792799. Garage Two Unit 1, Oxford Trade Centre, Watlington Rd, Oxford OX4 6NF, 01865 776557 Garage Three Giles Service Centre Ltd 6 Ashville Way, Oxford OX4 6TU, 01865 716888. After purchasing a seat Leon OV57  on the 11/11/2019, On the 17/11/2019 I reported to you that my clutch was slipping and that I had taking the seat Leon OV57  to a near by "garage one". On Monday 18/11/2019 you responded to my text message and come to my home address to inspect the Seat Leon OV57 at 12:30PM, Where you stated there was nothing wrong with the clutch even though I explained to you that I had taken the Seat Leon to "Garage One". After your inspection I was not satisfied and I then drove the Seat Leon to "Garage Two", Who carried out necessary checks to the Seat Leon OV57, After these checks was done "Garage Two" stated the same result as "Garage One" I then went to a different garage down the road "Garage Three" who done all necessary checks and the same result come back as " Garage One" and "Garage Two" has diagnosed with the Seat Leon OV57, the problem with the vehicle is the dual mass flywheel and clutch. Under the consumer rights act 2015, I have the right upto 31 days from the day of purchase to ask for a refund, repair or replacement the cost of this repair is £1000 and I seek to recover this repair cost from you as a Trader. I therefore give you 14 days to repay this cost, otherwise I will have no other choice to contact my solicitor, , and apply to a small claims court.. Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 goods you supply must be fit for purpose. As there was a problem with the goods when I bought them, I request that you repair the goods at no cost to me. I have enclosed receipt of cost for repairs. In support of my claim. Please respond within 14 days of receiving this letter. Yours sincerely  
    • don't think there are any moriarty represented threads here whereby if the defendant turned up the defendant lost the case. moriarty never appear in court.   there is a very comprehensive mediation sticky in the homepage of this very same forum yours is in   there is also a custom google search which comes up after hitting our top squares logo   moriaty claimform   might be useful to use there.        
    • Hello   So i brought the car on the 11/11/2019, by the 17/11/2019 the clutch was slipping and the exhust was blowing out white smoke the car is a diesel turbo,   I had my daughter with me so i stopped by a local garage formula one auto centre, the checked the car out and told me the dual mass flywheel was due to go and it would need replacing, I contacted the trader immediatly on the 17th, he responded to me on the 18th where he came to my home address to inspect the car, he told me there was nothing wrong with it and the garage was trying to con me into them making money,   after this i was not satisfied so i took it to two more garages that are close to my home address, one garage said the dual mass flywheel was about to go and the smoke could be a dpf clean, the second garage gave me the same resault that the dual mass flywheel was gone and the smoke could the dpf or turbo due to go,   I then messaged the trader to tell him this has been verfied by 3 seperate garages but he chose to ignore me   I have now paid £1000 for a new clutch, rear toe adjustment and ball joint right and left.   I wish to recover this amount from the trader as a repair because of my health i need to be able to drive, and i really dont have the energy or funds to get back out there to find another car.   the garage has confirmed that theres a coolant leak and possible porus head, what means this is a further £1000+ job what needs doing but they said i can drive it for now.   I believe my 31 days from purchase will be the 10/12/2019   I have contacted him again today telling him that under the consumer rights act 2015 I have the rights by law to request a refund, repair, or replacement, I told him i wish to request a repair, he basicly laughed at me and told me to go to court.   thank you    
    • Yup, use one of my drafts to offer Harlands  the1 month's fee  you should have paid for the notice period.   Post it and get a free Cert of Posting from the PO.demand more   When they fail to accept the offer within 14 days or they demand more, ignore them.   You seem to have done some research here so you should know that Harlands simply don't do court and this will not affect you credit or anything else.
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Debtor ordered to pay £1,182 after being convicted of obstructing an enforcement agent.

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With an unconfirmed report about an incident last week that led to a bailiff being hospitalised with serious injuries, the public need to be aware that it is a criminal offence under Paragraph 68 of Schedule 12 of the Tribunal, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, to obstruct a bailiff/enforcement agent (link below).




Only a few days ago another person was convicted at trial in Nottingham of this offence.






A bailiff has been awarded £100 in compensation after being punched by a company director while chasing a Nottingham City Council debt.


Snooker hall owner Julian Howard forced him out of his home during the incident on February 9, Nottingham magistrates heard .


Howard denied intentionally obstructing an enforcement agent in Crosslands Meadow, Colwick, and also common assault . He was convicted after a trial and left with £620 prosecution costs, a £420 fine and £42 government tax, on top of the compensation.


He agreed to pay the £1,182 total in a week and was told by presiding magistrate Simon Ashcroft: "The fact of the matter is we hope we don't see you in this court again."



Daniel Pietryka, prosecuting, said the bailiff was dealing with a liability order against Howard and arrived at his home at 6pm.


"He knocked on the door, a male answered and denied all knowledge of who Mr Howard was," he said.


"A female turns up and she said she didn't know who Mr Howard was."


At that point, the bailiff identified himself and said "various items would be taken so the balance could be met".


"The door was shut on him," added Mr Pietryka. The bailiff began to examine a car on the drive and went back to the front door in an effort to discuss that. A woman answered the door and shut it again.


At that point, the bailiff realised the door was unlocked and walked into the hall. Mr Pietryka said: "There was a bit of a commotion. Another female and a male came out.


"The man lunged towards him aggressively and pushed him out of the door. He swung his right arm towards him with a clenched fist and hit the right ear.


"He told him to get out. He said the officer needed a High Court writ to gain entry to the property."


When questioned, Howard said the bailiff used aggression to get into the house and he did not believe that he had assaulted the man.


Chris Brewin, defending, described 52-year-old Howard as a company director and project manager who also owns a snooker hall.


He said Howard suffers from chronic back pain and has undergone a long course of physiotherapy at Nottingham City Hospital. Mr Brewin said the bailiff had "no lasting injury, no visible injury".


A probation report said the debt has now been paid but Howard does not accept he committed the offences.

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