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Do you know the jurisdiction that governs the agreement it may say this within the agreed terms and conditions
The general rule regarding contracts which are silent in jurisdiction is that the jurisdiction will be the place where the contract was formed, that is to say, from where the acceptance of an offer is communicated. Therefore it is likely the best way to proceed is via an English Solicitor if the contract was formed in England, and since it appears the law governing the contract as noted within your last post are English laws plus the fact all disputes should be directed to an office in London
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