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  # 841475 22-Jun-2013 13:41
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Ha I don't know if that's the plate! I was just guessing cause I recall a plate like that going for mega bucks a while ago. Although I think it was just 88.

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  # 841496 22-Jun-2013 14:11
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scottjpalmer:
joker97: I don't know why people have vanity plates other than advertising ... coz it's just saying to other drivers look at me I'm an ... (fill in anything not pleasant)


I don't know why people who have a little pride in their vehicle brand it with a string of random letters and numbers that don't show the slightest bit of personality.

Different strokes . . .


I prefer the anonymity of a non vanity plate

 
 
 
 


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  # 841500 22-Jun-2013 14:19
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U R screwed :(

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  # 841517 22-Jun-2013 14:34
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nathan:
scottjpalmer:
joker97: I don't know why people have vanity plates other than advertising ... coz it's just saying to other drivers look at me I'm an ... (fill in anything not pleasant)


I don't know why people who have a little pride in their vehicle brand it with a string of random letters and numbers that don't show the slightest bit of personality.

Different strokes . . .


I prefer the anonymity of a non vanity plate


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Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


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  # 841617 22-Jun-2013 17:56
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StevieT: You need permission to sue in New Zealand.

I take it you have he has not been granted that right to sue you, so you aren't being sued.

But I would consider seeking legal advise as a lot of things these days are binding. I guess you need to be sure you want to sell something before you let others make an offer and you accept.
Bollocks, what nonsense.

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  # 841618 22-Jun-2013 18:00
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insane: I remember while studying com law at uni that if the price being offered by one party to the next is not a true reflection of the items value, then the contract can be voided. I'd like to say I can remember the parties involved in the case.

No, wrong.

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  # 841641 22-Jun-2013 18:29
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insane: I remember while studying com law at uni that if the price being offered by one party to the next is not a true reflection of the items value, then the contract can be voided. I'd like to say I can remember the parties involved in the case.

No, wrong.


I've looked over the notes I had, think I may have confused it slightly as the case I'm thinking of looks to have been 'Nichols v Jessop [1986] 1 NZLR 226'

Think it falls under 'UNCONSCIONABLE BARGAINS' or 'UNDUE INFLUENCE'



 
 
 
 


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  # 841935 23-Jun-2013 13:43
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insane:
nickrout:
insane: I remember while studying com law at uni that if the price being offered by one party to the next is not a true reflection of the items value, then the contract can be voided. I'd like to say I can remember the parties involved in the case.

No, wrong.


I've looked over the notes I had, think I may have confused it slightly as the case I'm thinking of looks to have been 'Nichols v Jessop [1986] 1 NZLR 226'

Think it falls under 'UNCONSCIONABLE BARGAINS' or 'UNDUE INFLUENCE'


Neither of which are relevant here.

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  # 842286 24-Jun-2013 12:06
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unless the price of the plate was his first born child OR contract was made at gunpoint.

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  # 843805 25-Jun-2013 09:18
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wasabi2k: unless the price of the plate was his first born child OR contract was made at gunpoint.
Can't we stick to the subject?

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