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Ok, did the other party say why he won't agree?
And what was that?
Thanks for the information
I can understand they might not want him to repair it but it might be worth offering to pay for repair elsewhere.
Alternatively, the only option is to tell them he is uninsured. Maybe they will report it. Maybe not. It doesn’t really serve their purpose very well to report it.
Equally it doesn’t serve their purpose to dig their heels in because if he doesn’t pay they will have to go through the MIB which doesn’t compensate very well.
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Oh the insurance company are unlikely to call the police. It doesn't really serve the purpose of anybody here to do that. However, sometimes people do things that are ill considered. People are no logical.
No, they would just summons him to court.
I wouldn't do that yet. Just tell the other party. See if that changes her view. No point in telling the insurers until you have to.
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