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I bought a holiday caravan for £23,500 only 12 months ago and the site is now offering me just £3,750 for it. I’m going out of my mind with worry about it. They say that’s their best offer. Is there anything I can do?

What you can do with your caravan will probably be restricted by an agreement you’re likely to have signed when you bought it, presumably from the site owner. You may be able to move the caravan and sell it, or sell it to another member of the public who wants to take over both the caravan and your pitch on the site. If the agreement is unduly restrictive you may be able to challenge it under the Unfair Contract Terms Act; it may be an idea to show it to a solicitor.

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