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I assume it was in the contract when you signed it?
Ok - what is it you want to achieve?
Yes, he is liable. You are not.
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Their Solicitor is trying it on.
He is in breach of contract. He has not delivered what has been promised.
You can sue for loss and damage.
Yes exactly, that is your loss.
If they refuse to give your deposit back you can sue for it back.
They represented blinds. They lied.You can sue under the Misrepresentation Act 1967
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