if legal costs cannot be recovered, why are Anglian legal team telling me I may have to pay their legal fees too? Also with my claim only being up to £4k, surely my legal fees could easily cost that much too?
Going back to my previous questions, in terms of the best course of action, would it be best to pay in full and then seek the money back via a small claim court? This is quite an important question for me as small claims *seems* easier/friendly and doesn't normally require legal represenation right? Is it possible to ignore this "before court proceedings letter" and immediately make a court claim?
If we continue down the path of defending and countering, what are the likely costs arriving from such a counter claim?
Are you able to recommend a good solicitor to proceed with?
I have just a few other questions after this namely:
You have mentioned you believe I have a valid case. What kind of information should I have in place to ensure I have as water tight a case as possible?
Is this the kind of counter claim that can be undertaken personally, without employing the services of a solicitor?
Should I get in touch with Anglian legal team and explain the position I am taking and supply the documented evidence of the issues and continued failure of Anglian Windows to fit my windows?
From the information you supply I am trying to weigh up pro's and con's and determine the best course of action.