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How long ago did you buy the car? Also, was it a new or used ca\r?
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Many thanks for your patience. The issue here is that you have already used up the options you have to take this matter further. The last resort would have been court but you have done this and the case was rejected. This was your last chance. You cannot keep making claims on the same issues until you find a judge or a court that would agree with you. Once a claim has been made, unless you have ways of finding to appeal on points of law, you cannot challenge the court’s decision. So there is no other way to try and force them to compensate you unfortunately. Only a court could have ordered that but you have used that option up. So now the only way is to negotiate directly with them and based on what has happened so far I believe it is unlikely they will just try and offer you anything. Also be aware that you cannot claim for stress relating to this, you would not really be compensated for that, so it is just the direct losses incurred that you could go after them for but as mentioned now all you can do is to resolve them directly with them as curt is no longer an option.
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You can complain to Trading Standards but you cannot force them to act. So they will decide if this is a matter they can get involved with. Usually they would only get involved if there is a large scale consumer issue, let’s say this dealer has a history of treating consumers in this way. However, you cannot sue someone for what could have happened. Yes they could have indeed been sued for negligence or other matters if there had been an accident but you cannot sue someone for something that has not actually happened. So criminally there is no issue here
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