Consumer Protection Law
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Your demand for a credit is reasonable
what they propose would result in an unfair outcome
legally, it is called unjust enrichment
You may threaten and pursue complaint with the BBB, dept of consumer affairs, and small claims court
contractually, they have a point, but practically, with such pressures and on basis of this unjust enrichment theory you may seek settlement and recovery either of part of the deposit or a full recovery in credit
Let me know if you are satisfied
or if I can clarify anything
Thank you. It did not seem appropriate. They did not address whether a credit would be afforded or not. Shouldn't they have mentioned this in the contract if it would not be provided?
it should have been express
no refund or any remedy
the absence of mention, is a good point as well
goes alongside the unjust enrichment theory
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