What? You want me to pay after nearly 6 years?
After 5 years, 8 months, and 41,000 miles, there was a problem with the vehicle, and it ultimately required a new engine costing £4,600.
The FCA means business
The FCA are closely monitoring how firms are putting their new rules in place and will take action against those that aren’t following them.
Don’t be late!!!
As our member was leaving the court, the Claimant arrived, approximately 15 minutes after the allotted time.
General stress and anxiety is not recoverable, otherwise everybody would claim it, similarly the time spent in dealing with a claim is generally not recoverable.
License to Copy
Companies use software to find where their images are being used, and this is how and why you would then receive a letter.
The criteria for whether a philosophical belief is likely to have protection…
ACAS instructed Corby to remove the posts criticising the Black Lives Matter movement, as some employees had found them offensive.
Know Your Case
As a client of CIC, we will provide advice and assistance throughout the court process however, we cannot do so without our clients’ input as to the facts and evidence of the case. Always ensure documents are double-checked before signing and raise any queries you may have before submitting any documents to court.
The Motor Ombudsman (TMO) – Is it “fit for purpose”?
It seems TMO never sought to ask that basic question and, by the time the penny finally dropped, the contract with the finance company had taken place more than six years ago
Advertising a car with no MOT? Not a defence if the car is unroadworthy
If you do sell an unroadworthy vehicle that kills someone, you might be looking at a manslaughter charge too…
Reconditioned/remanufactured engine case turns on a single joint expert report
The court considered the terms relating to the supply of services and the implied term of reasonable care and skill under section 49 of the Act.
Claim struck out due to serious and significant breaches…
One hopes this outcome signals a more robust and uncompromising approach from the judiciary to flagrant and repeated breaches of court directions and rules by lay consumers.
Court deadlines MUST be met
Our advice is ALWAYS follow the directions of the court until you have been told, by the court, otherwise.
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