If the car was advertised with a log book then you can go back and say you did not get one. If it was not then, being a second hand car it is hard to demand one if it was not referred to as having all the services.
Being a second had car it is covered by a statutory warranty provided it has less and 160,000 kilometres on the clock and is less than 10 years old
Here is some information.
If it meats the criteria then the dealer has to repair the car for you at his cost.
Your warranty is for 5000 kilometres or 3 months.
The mechanic that has checked the car should tell you what else is wrong and you have the right to have the dealer repair it.
To demand a refund is not possible as it is a second hand car and is it buyer beware.
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