If you have not expressly stated that you are terminating the contract in accordance with the termination clause, you do not need to treat it as VT. Unfortunately, given that all of this happened almost two years ago, you cannot go back and do things differently. Your best bet is to hire your own lawyer and try to agree to an agreement with them because they have the legal high-ground. A lawyer could also indicate whether he is breaking the law by not providing all the necessary information in the contract. If you simply try to argue with them on your own, you will probably lose and the more it will take, the more they will be able to claim from you. It could also significantly affect their creditworthiness. I bought a car from CAR TIME Show Room in Bury, UK, they misrepres light car information about advertising and also during the sales manager sales process hiding the facts. During the sale, I asked in particular the sales executive that the car has all repairs damaged and repainted, he said it is in real condition and no repair or repainting to perform. But when they hand over the car, I get a car checked by the local garage and they informed me that the car has repaired and repainted front and rear bumpers and also side doors. Because Time Garage also damages the driver`s door, while the noise of the driver`s door. I have already filed a complaint with the financial company. Now the carThe period offered me 500 pounds to close this complaint. But my concern is that they present the car in advertising and during the time of sale, where they are not revealed repairing damage, repainting and all the other errors that should be checked in their garage before advertising.
I would like to know what my rights are and where I stand. Your advice is appreciated……. Please let me know how my agreement can terminate and recover the car? If you have reached the end of a PCP and you return the car, I see no problem with excess kilometers if you have only traveled 6,519 miles. As for the condition, it should be defined in the agreement and they should have a timetable for repairing the damage. The guaranteed minimum value for the future (GMFV) is in perfect condition, allowing it to charge for all repairs required by the contract. I`m in the process of signing a PCP contract for a used car from Evans Halshaw. I asked the seller to send me an example of conditions so that I could be sure what I am committed to. He told me that he had sent me a contract from another client by email and that he had simply blocked all personal information.
He seems to have done it with paper/post-it notes, and when I tilt my screen, I can clearly see that he actually covered all my personal information!!! I intend to use the halving rule and terminate the contract after paying the necessary 50%. The contract gave me 6000 miles a year – I`m realistic about 10-12,000. I specifically asked the seller if I was doing more kilometres than would mean I had to pay excessive mileage charges. He assured me that I would not do it. Well, in the hidden part of the contract, I can clearly see that if “I terminate the contract prematurely (I assume that includes the half-kilometre rule), the maximum mileage (6,000 miles P/A – 48 months of contract) applies in relation to the reduced lease term and your obligation to pay excess miles applies just before termination.