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Good morning, i will quote the paragraph from the letter I received. It reads as follows "May we inform you that as you presented, engaged, confirmed and concluded the purchase as a business user in a business to business transaction. The law treats business to business contracts in a different framework to which Trading Standards have no remit" The problem is that while I was happy with the machine when I viewed it in the dealers premises it was not until the machine was put to work that the problems became apparent. They are trying to suggest that I created the problems myself, this is not the case. I have tried to meet them half way and have offered to carry out the repairs myself if they will provide the parts required. They have said they would provide some of the parts but there is still a leaking fuel tank to replace and also the steering linkage fell apart shortly after I received the machine. Because of this event I am begining to question the standard of their pre delivery inspection and have asked for a copy of the inspection report. Can I ask for this to be sent to me? I am at a lose as to why they have adopted this stance.