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Hello, this is Jim and I am a dual-qualified lawyer (UK and Republic of Ireland) and happy to help you this evening.
It depends on a few factors, such as whether you are a consumer or a business (mainly) and whether you placed an order online, over the telephone or in person at your house (with a sales agent there, for example).
Can you please elaborate on the agreement.
Thanks, I will take a look
Are you a business? How was the order placed and paid for?
Thanks, so a consumer has a right of cancellation for up to 14 days if they paid and made the order online, over the phone or in person at their home. Apart from that there is no right to cancel if you simply change your mind.
The fact you went to the studio (their premises) means the distance right to cancel (the cooling-off period) does not apply I am afraid. The only way out of the contract is if their service is not as described, not fit for purpose, or they misrepresented the contract in some way.
Simply changing your mind doesn't apply unless the cooling-off situation does (paid online, by phone, for example).
Sorry to give you the negative news re the cancellation of the contract but I have outlined the situation as best I can. If there is any situation with misrepresentation or mis-selling then as I say, you could get out of the contract that way. If not then I am afraid it would be a binding agreement.
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