Yes, my bald-headed mate Ajay Ahuja is in the spotlight yet again. Since Ajay and I ended on bad terms (because he went nuts on me), I was only more than eager to give you guys an update on a legal battle Ajay recently lost.
Just to remind you all, it was only a few months ago when Ajay Ahuja Threatened To Take Legal Action Against Me because I was discussing the negative banter the media was already saying about him. Yeah, I’m still not entirely sure what the fuck that was all about. “A few screws loose”, comes to mind.
Ironically, in recent news, the Ahuja Group has been successfully sued by one of their former clients’. This is what Five News reported:
The Ahuja Group has been sued in court by one of their former clients.
In a three-and-a half-hour hearing, the judge informed Ajay Ahuja that his terms and conditions were “misleading,” and therefore “unenforceable,” under the Unfair Contract-Terms Act.
The judge said it was unreasonable for Ahuja to have the final say whether replacement properties offered to clients were similar to the original property, when deals fell through.
Ahuja was also informed he hadn’t made the terms and conditions clear when clients paid the joining fee.
This was the first time a judgement had been made against Mr Ahuja’s terms and conditions in court.
He was ordered to refund his former client £2650 plus £350 costs.
Last I heard there were over a dozen cases pending against Ajay Ahuja. I’m not sure what the status on those cases are now. Incidentally, a few months ago, Ajay told me he had successfully eliminated 12 out of 14 cases bought to him by Landlord Action (a professional eviction company), and 2 of those were pending at the time. Evidently, he wasn’t able to shake off all the cases.
A lot of Ajay’s disgruntled clients were actively posting on my website at one point, so I’m hoping a few of them still hang around. This latest report should give them all hope! Perhaps in light of Ajay’s recent loss, the floodgates will open for further justices to prevail…
The last time I spoke to Ajay, he mentioned that he will be taking the BBC and Sky to court on various grounds of defamation. I wonder how he’s getting on with those cases, and also if he’s now added Five to that list. If so, good luck, Ajay. Good luck.
Out of curiosity, anyone out there dealing with Ajay Ahuja right now, whether it be in the midst of a legal battle or as a client seeking property? What’s your status?