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We have another case where we supplied waste wood pellets to a client. He knows the industry and we told him the specifications of our product. He never paid for them and later said that his client could not burn them in their boiler. He then wanted us to collect them for refund. We said we would collect if we got another sale in his area, otherwise he could return them to us. We never got another sale near him nor did he return them to us. The pellets have disappeared and we have still not been paid for them. We have taken him to court for it but he says because we did not collect them he is not liable to pay. We have a notice of allocation to the Small Claims Track (Hearing) which is payable by the 11 Nov 15. We also have to give the other party any evidence we will be using in court as he will have to do with us. What advice can you give us? Most of the conversations where by phone. What evidence can we give to support our claim. It is not our responsibility what he did with the goods after we supplied. We told him they were waste wood and he knows full well what it means as he has been in the industry for many years.