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Dimond v Lovell (2000)

Dimond v Lovell (2000)

House of Lords
Date: 11/05/00

The Issues:

The Claimant arranged a replacement car from a credit hire company whilst her vehicle was being repaired. However, the Defendant's insurers refused to pay the hire charges on the basis that:

  1. the hire agreement had not been prepared in accordance with the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (‘the Act') and was therefore unenforceable; and
  2. the charges of £364.63 for an 8 day period of hire were unreasonable.

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