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I am not quite following the facts.
Are you saying the dealer is willing to put you in the same position you would have been in had you never tried to buy the chairs?And if that is correct are you thinking that this is not fair as you are entitled to have chairs for the amount you paid? If so how much would it cost you to get the chairs you actually want?
The law is that you should be put in the position you would have been in had this not happened.
So if you don't want any chairs then you are entitled to a full refund and all financing costs paid for by them so you are not out any money.
Then you can possibly claim a small amount for inconvenience but the court will not award much for that, perhaps $500 at the very most.
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