Nothing on Cancellation rights whatsoever.
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How much have paid in total?
When did you cancel? What do you want? All deposit back?
Walk away? Thanks
In November had they started the boat?
They are continuing production?
When was delivery due?
Please confirm that you got the paperwork when you ordered.
Is this a standard boat or are you specifying things in it?
Do you have terms of business? When did you get them?
I need to know exactly what you have please.
I'm sorry to labour this but it is really important.
You are making a £200,000 purchase and the only paperwork you have some terms and conditions on the back of a receipt?
I am off-line this afternoon, but will pick this up later
I have been trying to think of all way aroundthis for you and I am sorry to have to tell you that it is not looking good.
There are certain things which may havehelped you bought in view of the timescale do not. I will explain
You have no right to a refund if you simplychange your mind. It doesn't matter why. Indeed, they can actually pursue youfor the full purchase price, but would obviously have to give you the boat.
This brief leaflet from Kent tradingstandards (applies throughout the whole country) explains a little further http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&gs_rn=1&gs_ri=hp&cp=23&gs_id=2k&xhr=t&q=is+a+deposit+refundable&es_nrs=true&pf= p&tbo=d&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&oq=is+a+deporit+refundable&gs_l=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.41524429,d.d2k&fp=145e449a990997f1&biw=1493&bih=730
Of course they cannot get blood out of astone and therefore they are entitled to compensation/damages in the event thatyou breached the contract to buy their boat.
This appears to be mixed up. However, with apart exchange of your own boat, the offer of which seems to have been revoked.If that offer is tied up with the purchase it does cloud the issue, but itseems that the offer was only revoked because you said that you no longerwanted the boat.
I will also run this past a colleague withregard to the distance selling regulations because you didn't buy the propertyin their premises. But clearly, you did have the chance to inspect it (albeitnot the same item) and therefore I do not think that the distance sellingregulations.
You would have seven days to cancel from whenthe contract was included and you got all the paperwork. It appears that youhave all the paperwork because that is all they give out which I find strangethat a £200,000 purchase has really thin terms and conditions.
I think they are entitled, as I said earlier,to compensation/damages, which is basically, their loss of profit.
They have not had to make the boat so havenot had all those various costs and unless they are making more than 5% on theboat, then they are not entitled to any more money that they already have.
Although it does not stop them coming up withaccounting evidence which shows a much higher profit.
At this stage, this thing you can do isnegotiate them because you are not, I am sorry to say, in a very strongposition. Sorry
I appreciate that this is not the answer youwanted, but there is no point in me misleading you.
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