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See this UK government site: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cancelling-goods-or-services-guide-for-consumers/cancelling-goods-or-services It is aimed at consumers. It says that cancellation fees must be fair, and that you (as a consumer) can't expect all your money back. Now if I order a service today (Jan 26th) to start at March 1st, you'll ...


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Consumers have an absolute right to a 14-day cancel any sale that is made off-premises. This cannot be contracted out of. It's a cost of doing business; factor it in like every other cost.


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This sounds like it would fall under the "extreme pornography" part of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008. Section 63: (7) An image falls within this subsection if it portrays, in an explicit and realistic way, any of the following— (b) an act which results, or is likely to result, in serious injury to a person's anus, breasts or ...


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why would Alex get "an award of £800 (£3,000 less the £2,200 value of the car received)"? When speaking of "[being] worth" £2,500 (or £3,000), the author presumably refers to the amount Alex paid for the car under his agreement with Phillipa. That can differ from the car's market price. The author uses interchangeably the term of "worth" to refer to Alex's ...


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In England and Wales, Fraud by false representation s2 Fraud Act 2006: Fraud by false representation (1) A person is in breach of this section if he— (a) dishonestly makes a false representation, and (b) intends, by making the representation— (i) to make a gain for himself or another, or (ii) to cause loss to another or to ...


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It it was delivered to your residence, you received it The evidence from Royal Mail that the package was delivered to a given address is very strong to the point of being almost irrefutable. It doesn't matter who signed for it; if it was your residence the, legally, you received it.


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