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It depends on what is wrong and if it was actually caused by the mechanic, i mean i am in no place to offer legal advice (i'm no lawyer) but if its something that is clearly a mechanics fault, then you have the right to have the mechanic rectify the fault, and if they say no go though the proper channels, like the ACCC or Consumer Affairs in your state, then if that does not comply they will help with the legal proceedings.Has anybody ever done this or know of anybody that has?
Was it successful and what were the circumstances?
Thanks for any input.
Yeah, he lost that business (and someone else runs it now, but i have a feeling it was the 2nd in charge that was the one who actually took my money)Well at least now he can't open another business with bankruptcy to his name, or apply for any house loans. So sucked into him. And good on you for taking it to Civil Court and winning.