i would ideally like to receive compensation in relation to price that car was worth when it was taken. failing this, the return of the car to my home. apart from this, where do i go next
the police lawyers tell me they will contact the woman on our behalf so they obviously have her address and all we know at the moment is that it's in Manchester.
they didn't give a reason. it is certainly not owned by the defendant and the d v l a said said that the police told them to release the paperwork to the lady despite a letter held by the d v l a instructing no action to be taken until contacting me, which they didn't. the woman apparently has been told by the police that she is unable to sell the car on. it is a right mess and sorry to burden you with all this muddle, but we don't know what to do.
thanks Jo, how would we sue and would you think it worth it?
was £2;400 at time of fraud. now probably about £500
don't know but probably not. he had a small sentence. i could check with police.