how to get money refund for unfulfilled order
I have ordered for a Engineering Machine for my factory. I paid an advance of 25% @ 4 Lac rupees by cheque. Later on i cancelled the order in writing due to scarcity of funds. Supplier is from Mumbai. I have not placed a PO but sent acceptance on email for the order. They have spend some money for the foundation of the machine @ Rs. 75,000/- . I have requested them to deduct their expenses and refund the amount, which they have refused stating they have spent more than 4 Lacs. Can I get back any money ? If yes how much i can claim.
It is necessary to go through the terms of contract to provide you the advice. Acceptance by email is sufficient to prove that order has been placed . If the seller has refused to refund advance amount on cancellation of contract you may file suit for recovery . The supplier will have to prove that he has spent more than Rs 4 lakhs on expenses in his defense.
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