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I leased a Renault Traffic through a leasing company, the finance

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I leased a Renault Traffic through a leasing company, the finance agreement was with the Bank of Scotland. 2 years into the agreement I was advised the finance was transferring to Blackhorse, no need to do anything as my payments would remain the same. By the time my four year lease expired it had transfered to another company Lex Autolease. They have billed me for £581 as payment for end of contrat repairs to the van. Do I need to pay them anything as I have no written agreement with them, the only contract I singed was at the very beginning, Lex Autos are three companies later and I didn't agree to be transferred to them and never singed anything with them.

Forget which co is asking for now. Do you agree that the repairs need doing?

If the repairs do indeed need doing and it is a condition of end of lease, the facst that the contract has been assigned/taken over/bought out by another co is immaterial.

If you want to be awkward you can ask for copies of the chain of agreements whereby this co took over from the previous co but if they sue you for this, you will lose. Sorry

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