The following is the exact wording AJ:
As it has not been possible to resolve this matter and it is apparent that court action may be necessary, I write in compliance with the practice of Pre-Action Conduct.
At 11:19 on 4th June 2015 you entered into a verbal contract with us to sell your registration mark XYZ on your behalf and to return you the sum of ABC on completion of this transfer. A recording of that telephone conversation confirming your agreement can be provided on request.
A confirmation of sale was emailed to you on the 4th June 2015 together with our Power of Attorney Form, which identifies that the documents you agreed with Mike to submit, in order for us to carry out the sale and transfer of your registration.
Unless we hear from you within 7 days with the documents identified in our confirmation of sales letter, I regret to inform you that we shall no option but to issue legal proceedings against you for specific performance of contract.
We intend to use transcripts of our recorded telephone conversation to prove our claim.
In closing I would draw your attention to Section II (4) of the Practice Direction which gives the courts the power to impose sanctions on the parties if they fail to comply with the direction, including failing to respond to this letter before the action. I look forward to hearing from you within the next 7 days, should I not receive a response to my letter within this time frame then I anticipate that court action with be commenced with no further reference to you.
Thanks AJ - not sure I totally understand your response. Are you saying that because in their power of attorney document I received on the 4th June there was no amount stated (and because of that I responded saying the same but they never updated that document) and it does not align to what we verbally agreed that this is your 'unilateral change' you have mentioned?
The following is something I did not understand in your response above:
listen to what it says - and if they agree the original terms accept those:
can you please explain further this comment?
Thanks AJ- My view is that after they sent me the documents (I received 2 identical emails with 2 attachments which were a) Power of Attorney (where as I mentioned there is no mention of the amount) and b) a checklist of documents I should sign & return).
What todays letter says, is that I received a 'confirmation of sale' but I am unsure what this actually means i.e. I don't know if this is in the form of a document or not in which case I never received such a thing. On this basis I started to have doubts that this was a legitimate transaction and therefore decided not to proceed and subsequently ignored their calls. I no longer wish to sell the number plate.
Hi- given that I responded to the company via email that said their documents they provided to me does not show the amount I agreed to sell the private plate and they never responded I believe that the verbal agreement is void?