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Hello Jo C,
the design sheet is an A3 page the front is the design element on the back their is advice for customers, a small box to sign with " I would like to start immediately on my kitchen. ie The design to go to survey and materials to be ordered and administrative work to be started". Not signed by me and a 14 day right to cancel in a seperate box. Not sure if I am still liable to pay as I have signed the front.
The info have been digging up is shocking the company we contacted was Kitchen Units Rochdale linked to Best Value Kitchens of Europe linked to Uber Kitchens.
The director is Mr Sersen - Martin Sersen aka Vance Miller (a villain in every sense)
thanks for the response, did need to see where I stand legally. I guess I have a few options
1. Pull out of the contract with the possibility of being sued
2. Contact the supplier - (note, have contacted them already to confirm delivery they have not responded back to date as they cannot find the paperwork for the contract), and try to cancel
3. Carry on with the delivery and not except the goods if pieces are missing/broken or damaged. Stating the Sales of goods Act 1979
4. Arrange a delivery date, if the goods do not arrive could I use this to cancel the order?
Dwelling on the above, I think I will trying contacting (and record) to see if the paperwork is still missing and use this to cancel the order. Do not like the look of other avenues to go down
If allow the delivery to go ahead and it turns up with missing, damaged parts could I tell them to take it away and refuse payment?