Trouble is that you took responsibility yourself to take the car to your own garage and this was a mistake. If you allowed the 3rd party insurer to have the car assessed, they would have had the car towed or collected and taken full responsibility.
It seems harsh the police are taking action for a minor offence but you can defend if you want. The choice is yours.
The reg no. issue is probably not relevant.
can you poss make the SS easier to comprehend and encompass the whole account from day 1?
columns from l to r
the way its constructed now makes understanding it crap. you seems to be ok with excel.
I think I understand why you are asking this......and the possible defence you may encounter.
Given that you intend to issue separate claims against the same agreement...they may argue that you are litigating more than once on the same issue.
A defendant to a claim may use res judicata as defense subject to how the particulars are worded. The general rule is that a claimant who instigates an action against a defendant and obtained a valid final judgment is not able to initiate another action versus the same defendant where:
the claim is based on the same transaction that was at issue in the first action;
the claimant seeks a different remedy, or further remedy, than was obtained in the first action;
the claim is of such nature as could have been joined in the first action
So you may hit a stalemate in getting round " All " and " Listed "...but of course you dont have to accept in full and final...unless its drafted as this claim only.
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