I am prepared to wait.
I am prepared to wait. I am hoping you will be able to answer my question after the holiday weekend if you have more professionals available for advice.
Breakdown of his income and expenditure was provided by his mother. On the basis of this my solicitor advised that my liability was actually nothing. On her advice an offer was made to pay an amount per month or the whole amount to be paid as a one off payment to cover the duration of his course. The latter was accepted. All communications prior to the acceptance were either direct from his mother or via her solicitor either to me or my solicitor.
The acceptance letter and a subsequent one were ostensibly from him though as I have stated I am to say the least sceptical that they are actually from him. I feel his mother is writing these letters and signing in his name.
My question to you is, if this is his mother pretending to be him is she breaking the law? If the account she has suggested is his is actually hers is this breaking the law suggesting it is his when it is hers?