£900 (6 mths x £150) i.e. from £2,150 pm to £2,000 pm.
Thank you Alex.
My £900 claim would be based on no actual cost, but my estimate to make good the upset caused by having to spend so much time with emails and phone calls chasing up emergency repairs and non-emergency repairs.
Thus I have no evidence to substanciate my £900 figure - it is just my figure based on the upset to me and my family caused - and still with so much work outstanding - 1/3rd into the contract.
Thus would the court query the legitimacy and accuracy of my figure?
If the court can query my figure then surely this weakens my case because I have no 'actual' cost substanciated e.g. by say an invoice, in which case does this not seriously undermine me pursuing this further?
Sorry to continue - but I hope we are now there re my understanding.
Are you saying that my legal case is based on being a breach of contract since the property was not fit for purpose re being adequately maintained to a reasonable standard, and aftercare was inadequate being too delayed and not streamlined and efficient.
Thus if the court agree then defacto they would - all other things being equal - g with my £900 figure as effectively damages?