Perhaps it doesn't - this is where we need your assistance please. I believe my sister was trying to do her best for us but she's not qualified. Thanks.
Thank you Jo, this makes sense.
We would like to take this forward...what would you suggest as the next steps please? I assume any correspondence to the seller should be drafted by a legal representative and it would be insufficient for me just to state these facts in a letter of my own?
Great, thank you for such a prompt reply.
One last thing, is there a specific clause I can refer to please or is it sufficient just to say 'general law of misrepresentation'?
For Jo C
Regarding the claim above, we have now gone through the process. The seller has chosen to ignore a formal letter from us and subsequently a small claims request which gave him 14 days to defend himself or to settle with us. We will now be asking the court to make a default judgement.
However, we are at the stage where it is no longer practical to have the vehicle in question sat in our driveway unused and unregistered. Where do we stand please at this point in the legal process if we start to use the vehicle? And how long could we expect a default judgement to typically take in a case like this?