£726,000 WAS IN THE FIRST PROVISIONAL OFFER LETTER BUT WE ARE NERVOUS THAT THEY WILL NOW TRY TO REDUCE THAT AMOUNT
yes but it was only the Provisional redress offer letter not the final offer document
do you have any experience with this type of claim
If there has been an offer and it has been accepted then this is a contract.
If they try and change it then they would be in breach of contract
In order to form a contract then there must be an offer, then it must be accepted. This is the case here and therefore the amount can not be lower. It can go higher, but not lower otherwise it would be a breach of contract.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
if i send you a copy of their letter can you have a quick look at it and see if you think it is strong enough to constitute a contract
how can i scan it to you
can i attach it on here
ok wilco and should i put it for your attention
Great. Will look to hear
If this answers your question could I invite you rate my answer before you leave today.
If the system won’t let you please click reply.
Please bookmark my profile if you wish for future help: http://www.justanswer.co.uk/law/expert-alexwatts/