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PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 6:10 am 
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Coopers wrote:
As consumer law stands, once a job has been taken and price quoted, then law of contract applies. That means the quote must be honoured.

I think that would depend on what is in the terms and conditions. For instance if a customer was to book a journey from a to be and price z and then the customer needed to stop en route for say a cash point and there was a queue at the cash point, does the original quote still apply or can it be changed because the circumstances have changed?

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