Billy Joe Public

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  1. Try this: HTH
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  3. Lucas does, with fair use restrictions: 7 Days to Change Your Mind For face-to-face purchase, we give you 7 days to change your mind. If you don’t like it, simply bring it back within 7 days for a refund. It’s so easy. It’s important to know when you’re committing to buy from us, and the fair-use restrictions for our refund policy, which are below. The option to change your mind and return the car ends after 7 days. The vehicle transportation is the responsibility of the Buyer. We will require the vehicle to be returned to our location in the same condition as when it was purchased. If the car requires cleaning or repair, then reasonable charges will apply. If you decide to return the car, your refund will be adjusted by 45 pence per mile to reflect usage. All return vehicles are subject to an Additional Administration Fee of £695. You can put the refund towards purchasing another from us immediately of us getting the car back. You should get a refund within 14 days of us getting the car back if you decide to get money back.
  4. Happy to try and help. Just to be clear though, those were just random examples from North Yorkshire to help with your search and to show what the applications look like, rather than a definitive list of links for all District Councils in England.
  5. Have a look at the District Council links on the above page. HTH
  6. There’s this one if it’s of any help:
  7. Register it in your name and tax it then put existing plate on retention: HTH
  8. From their Terms of Sale : “buyitnowcarauction is a trading name of Fehr Brothers LTD” HTH
  9. My bad. Page 38 (9.24): When a consumer is pursuing a repair or replacement remedy to a breach of CRA, a dealer must “bear any necessary costs incurred” in carrying out the remedy. This would include the cost of returning the vehicle to the garage. Note that the provision excluding the cost of returning a car to the garage in the event of rejection (see paragraph 9.18 above) does NOT apply where a repair or replacement is being sought. Instead the remedy must be supplied “free of charge”. True, it’s not the law but it’s from a website backed by Trading Standards and the Government and is intended to provide guidance to businesses and individuals around (in this caes) the interpretation of the CRA 2015.
  10. On this page there is a draft consultation document “Car traders and consumer law” which covers the return of a rejected vehicle at page 36 (9.18). HTH