Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Any way of proving what you asked for and what was discussed?
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When you have entered into a contract for work and materials, where the main focus is labour and skill, the law says that the work must be:
In addition, any materials provided as part of the work must:
If there are problems with the standard of work, or the materials used, you will have certain rights. You will also have rights if what you have purchased is not fit for purpose, of satisfactory quality, or as described.
If work has already completed, and the other side, you would usually be expected to give them the opportunity to rectify the problem. However, if you can justify why they should not be given such an opportunity, you could refuse to do so.
In terms of potential compensation, you may be entitled to that in the following circumstances:
In order to resolve any problems that have arisen, it is generally accepted that you follow these steps:
it's an impossible question to answer really, so many variables to consider, it will depend on what evidence actually comes out, what the judge thinks, etc - on one day you could recover a certain amount, on a different day a completely different on - just the way litigation goes
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