@convoy2 Hard to swallow, put put your trust in the Judge. He will not believe anything without proof/evidence and will therefore dismiss it.Your firm ground is that you were never given the opportunity to remedy the situation. . I think it was a crap job and my builder agrees' is NOT evidence as I'm sure you are aware. Suggest to the claimant that she just wanted a new drive at your cost. I'm sure the judge will have that motive in the back of his mind after hearing what little evidence there is.Remember the format...the judge will read through both witness statements from both parties. He will then ask each of you questions to get clear in his mind what each party claims/has said. He will the give you each a chane to 'cross examine/ ask questions. Then he will sum up. If you're lucky, you will get a hint that he is going to dismiss the claim. He will probably give his verdict there and then,if not , he will tell you when it will be given. Finally, he will award costs accordingly.Get a good night's sleet and I wish you the best!
If you say that you should have been given the opportunity to remedy the problem you will be accepting that there was a problem to be remedied. Is that what you want to do?
@activist. My bad choice of words I think. @Convoy2 said he would look at the 'issue/complaint' but the customer wouldn't let him.
Hi all case dismissed.
Worrying for kick off the J gave her an opportunity to adjoin and get a independent expert as she had no WS from herself or her so called expert (new contractor), but she refused thankfully. She had 18 pages docs I had 95 and a report.
I had 9 Ws and a full report,She had 2 (Mum and Friend , both copies of one another) I did raise the Consumer Act 2015 but in not accepting any responsibility to cover every angle.
Thanks for all your help
Excellent news - well done!
Yes. Glad you got the right result!
That is brilliant. Well done. Any court case can be very stressful and I'm glad it went well for you.
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