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A consumer bought a commercial grade cargo van from a car dealership. When a malfunction occurred in the car, as part of the warranty repair the car owner decided to withdraw from the sales contract. Despite the fact that the car was repaired, the consumer decided to get refund.
The car dealership rejected the buyer's claims since the buyer had no grounds for terminating the contract: the car was repaired and was serviceable.
The car owner disagreed with the dealer's answer and filed a lawsuit with a court at his place of residence. The amount of claims, if satisfied, would have reached about RUB 3 mln rubles, including a penalty and fine under the Law "On the Protection of Consumer Rights".
A Company that owed our client RUB 18 mln under a cargo carriage contract became bankrupt. The carrier promptly contacted specialists of JurInvest Legal Support and Counselling Center. We filed a lawsuit to have those claims included in the register of creditors' claims. A competing creditor, however, decided to challenge the decision in court.
In his claims, he pointed to the invalidity of the transportation. What challenges can be faced during the proceedings? How to address the question of whether there is time to collect evidence?
Our client, a contractor under a government contract, was obliged to restore the functionality of X-ray equipment. According to the customer’s request, this required replacement of spare parts.
The contractor purchased the parts for a million rubles. However, during the repair stage, it turned out that the customer incorrectly stated the cause of the malfunction. The restoration of the X-ray equipment's functionality required maintenance. The equipment was restored. However, the customer was discontented with just maintenance services. He wanted to terminate the contract without reimbursing the price of the spare parts. How should the contractor behave in such a situation? Is it possible to get the money spent back?