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Are you and your husband still together?
I am afraid that the fact that he is controlling and exerted pressure on you will not negate the purchase of the vehicle or entitled you to your money back. It may of course be a reason for you to leave him and I would suggest that you talk to an organisation like Womens Aid. There has been caselaw regarding controlling husbands and joint mortgages and the like, but from what you have written I am not convinced that they apply in your circumstances. I am happy to discuss. Please remember to rate positively - thanks.
You need to see Womens Aid to take action against him - such as to take out a non molestation order and or occupation order against him. He should not be taking this action against you. Happy to discuss. Please rate positively - thanks
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I think that the difficulty you have here is that you were the only person who bought the car - it was also not the car company which forced you to buy the car. The claim is against your partner and whilst it is arguable that you have a claim against him for the way in which you acted, I am unclear from what you have written as to what blame can be attached to the car company.
I am fraud it does - if you are seeking a refund from them. Please remember to rate positively - thanks
Yes that would make perfect sense - go with the faults of the car. I hope that helps - please rate positively
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