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This company has a full sales programme, they are running at or near to capacity. The damages to them of my wishing to vacate the contract cannot exceed 10% of the contract sum, in that so far they have expended booking time in person only at their offices. I.e I am offering them £100 for the service of booking and returning my money. I see that as reasonable and with the same enforceable.
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The contract was to sky dive. The contract included a clause "no money back / no cancelation". Contract value £1076. We attended the weather was poor the flight was cancelled, to be rebooked. I am unable to rebook for personal reasons.
I have been offered an extended rebooking period of up to a year, I have been offered transfer if tickets (four at £25 ea).
I want my money back, I wish to vacate the contract. I am offering the supplier 10% of the contract sum by way of restocking / damages for vacating the contract.
I propose to go to small claims to get my money (90%) back.
May I ask if you see this as reasonable and whether I should expect success in the small claims court?
They have a full sales operation, that is able to satisfy the capacity they are able to offer. When I booked the space they put on an extra flight to take us up because they did not have enough slots in their regular flights.
Thank you for your assistance and pointing out the details of my claim.