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Hi I've been given Bill for site fees and it's £600 pound more than anyone else on site. Apparently cause I bought privately the fees are £600 more. Is this legal 

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you will have to read your contract  and see what you signed up for.

 

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In answer to your question, one site fee being different to others on the same site is itself legal (been tested elsewhere in court). It would be perfectly legal for each van to have a different site fee, or just one in isolation.

Whether it is legal in your case, as joanie says, depends on what you have signed up to,

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Am assuming this is like a holiday static caravan park which apparently is an un-regulated industry and like the Wild West.

 

Am sure they can do exactly what they want.

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No, they cannot (legally) do exactly as they want.

Holiday sites may not have the same specific legislation that residential sites do, but normal consumer protection, including the law of contract, still applies.

It is no more or less regulated than any other consumer trade, and like any other consumer trade (including residential sites) there are businesses that follow "the rules" and others that -ah, erm - can be a little bit less diligent about it.

 

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A huge amounts depends on the exact wording of whatever contract the OP has signed. We can speculate all we like, but without sight of the contract, that’s all it is, pure speculation.

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8 hours ago, 2seaside said:

No, they cannot (legally) do exactly as they want.

Holiday sites may not have the same specific legislation that residential sites do, but normal consumer protection, including the law of contract, still applies.

It is no more or less regulated than any other consumer trade, and like any other consumer trade (including residential sites) there are businesses that follow "the rules" and others that -ah, erm - can be a little bit less diligent about it.

 

That's exactly it. The holiday sites don't have proper legislation.

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