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My aunt bought a caravan on a site, and paid £18,500 for it. Since then her husband has been taken ill and she hasn’t been in it. She wanted to sell it, but the leisure park has offered her just £4,000. Is there anything she can do to get a bigger refund?

You don’t say how long ago your aunt bought the caravan, but it’s likely that she will be bound by the agreement she no doubt signed when she made the purchase. She should read this document carefully, and indeed anyone buying a permanent caravan on a site should go through the agreement with a fine toothcomb and preferably show it to a solicitor before signing. Agreements of this type very often give site owners very wide powers, but it’s possible that particularly unreasonable terms could be challenged.

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