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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
What would you like to know about this today please?
No. You do not have to pay if he is not licenced.
Therefore if you refuse all this person can do is take the matter to Court. If the value is £10,000 or less then it would be a small claim so if you lose, then you do not have to pay expensive legal or Solicitor fees.
But based on what you have said, I think you have a good chance of defending this. Indeed at the very most the limit should be £3,000 even if you are found liable.Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Correct. I do not think he has a claim.
Does that clarify?
Correct. You do not need to do anything else now.
I would write back and set out your position in terms of him being unlicenced and your £3000 limit
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