Ajay Ahuja Has Been Successfully Sued

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.

Ajay Ahuja

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?

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Successful claimant 30th September, 2010 @ 15:05

Yep - Ajay Ahuja t/a The Ahuja Group has now been successfully sued by several former clients - including myself.

My case - misrepresentation and breach of contract. Ajay t/a the Ahuja Group - Guilty!

But has he paid up the £10k+ he was ordered to pay - NO!!!

How the hell can this guy keep securing borrowing with countless CCJs now registered against him?

If anyone out there has any thoughts on how to get money from this guy (other than the usual court processes) then please, feel free to comment.

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connect2me 8th November, 2010 @ 14:59

Dear Successful claimant,

I am taking Ahuja group to court.

How can I get in touch with you, as it would be a great help for my case against Ahuja group.

Another Claimant

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nick meer 12th November, 2010 @ 11:07


Please get in touch anyone who wants to sue Ahuja as I know I can help.



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Lee Burbidge 2nd June, 2011 @ 08:23

Hi, I will also be taking Ajay to court. He has conned me from the start and kept hold of my £3000 for 18months. When he would not give me my money back, I thought the only thing to do was to just take whatever half decent shite he would throw at me that didnt mean me throwing in any more cash. Even this was shit.... deal after deal fell throu. The last straw was when the last deal fell throu and cost me £800 in non refundable surveyors and brokers fees.Its costing me more money now!!!
When the original deal was not what I thought, I was told I could not have a refund and that I would have to take a replacement. After much sole searching and arguing with the fuckers I decided to do that just to get the shit of my shoe. Over the 18 months that they have had my money there T&C's have changed, reduction in fees sometimes giving money back etc (due to public pressure probably) but do I qualify? No I do not. And why? Because I took a replacement deal! That I was forced to take!!! If any one can help me with some information please ring me on 07970569549 or email me on [email protected]

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Lee Burbidge 2nd June, 2011 @ 18:46

Hey there is a face book site..... join it, AhujaGroupscam (spell it correctly with the right capital letters in the right place to find it)I have become a friend on the site already :-)
For the new movement against the Ahuja Group, I think the email is [email protected]

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Danny Smith 3rd June, 2011 @ 13:10

Anyone fancy publishing his address so I can file a claim. Bugger has 4K of my money and will not give it back

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Successful Claimant 3rd June, 2011 @ 15:40

I sued. I won. The judge ruled misrepresentation on both properties.

The order was issued and surprise surprise Ajay didn't pay.

However, because I paid fees to Ajay on my credit card and the case won on misrep, I started proceedings against my credit card company under the Consumer Credit Act who settled and are now pursuing him.

FYI - he did not settle loads of cases through Landlord Action. This - like anything that comes out of his mouth - is utter BS.

Anyway, his details are all publicly available.

If you have sued and won but not been paid get him into court for 3rd party debt order questioning. Make sure the court order makes him supply his property, financial and banking details for him and any joint accounts and accounts for his business (assuming you sued "Ajay Ahuja t/a Tha Ahuja Group) etc etc etc etc and then get a 3rd party debt order put on his bank account.

You can also find list of properties that are all in his name and take out a charge on those properties but you'd have to wait til he sells before you see any cash and sometime people re-mortgage or sell without the charge being settled (god knows why but the law system in this country is clearly screwed espec give Ajay has got away with so much thus far.

And remember to sue him and his company name! But winning is only half the battle.

Anyone got any mafia contacts?

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Lee Burbidge 4th June, 2011 @ 12:23

Bless you guys..... I am meeting so many people owed money over at HomeMove Forum. He will pay.

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AMS 20th September, 2011 @ 21:37

I took Ajay to court a few years ago for a refund as a deal went through £2.5k). I purchased 2 properties through him which I was happy wih but the third fell through and I kept getting excuses for over a year. I took him to the small claims court and won CCJ), he didnt even defend it.

There are a number of ways to get your money once you have the CCJ. I used a third party debt order (google it) because I had his sort code and account number. I didn't let on that I was taking this action just applied to the courts who passed it on to his bank. Who in turn were legally obliged to freeze his account and pay me - refund plus costs. I read up on the whole process on the internet. Never give up, theres always a way..!!

Good luck

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Mark 8th January, 2012 @ 19:03

Can anyone tell me where how I can get my deposit back from ahuja holdings I rented a property from them for 5 years and then moved out a year ago and still won't give my £675 back what can I do and where can I find them thanks

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john 11th November, 2012 @ 14:55

according to jobcentre plus advertising the ahuja group are now operating in central scotland

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anon 2nd June, 2013 @ 07:39

I thought that winning a case in the small claims court for the return of my deposit would be the end of the matter, but good old Ajay has won a hearing for the case to be set aside. Having read the comments above, I am now losing all hope of ever seeing the money returned. Unfortunately, I always paid cash so have no bank details so Third Party Debt Order is out of the question. Also noticed that this is difficult if the account is in joint names. As I sued Ajay and not all the directors I think I am screwed. Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated.

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Moe Aung 7th May, 2014 @ 10:30

I paid him £3,500.00 with no properties. Tried to get contact with the group no answer

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Lea123 31st January, 2015 @ 16:47

He seems to be selling off portfolios at the moment, his own perhaps to fund his legal team? http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-48159038.html?utm_content=v2-ealertspropertyimage&utm_medium=email&utm_source=emailupdates&utm_campaign=emailupdates1day&utm_term=buying&sc_id=7590239&onetime_FromEmail=true

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ninja 21st March, 2015 @ 15:52

His time will come to a end.

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mafia 6th June, 2015 @ 09:55

Anyone need money back from this idiot email me. Will charge a nominal fee but you will get all of your money back quickly

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mafia 6th June, 2015 @ 09:57

Or call me 07428 180 149

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elise 12th February, 2016 @ 17:39

ajay has his property advertised as my property next door people keep comingvto view my house because the properyty next door is a shithole and I mean a shithole anyone know if I can sue him for this false advertisement

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Lisa 24th January, 2018 @ 14:57

Ahuja holdings is putting properties on open rent at moment in carlin how North Yorkshire and other properties on right move also on other letting agents in north east

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Lawrence 2nd February, 2018 @ 00:52

Not related to property, but i was heavily mislead/misinformed about 2 cars he had for sale, mainly described as great cars in good order with no issues etc. I informed him i would be travelling 4 hours by train on an agreed price based on his description, and to tell me of anything that needed doing ot the cars. I trade in the cars he was selling, told him this, and also asked him to let me know if i 'may' be disappointed on viewing - just to save us both a days work. To put it into a nut-shell, neither car drove anywhere close to getting me a few miles down the road. Both cars were roughly 2 out of 10 on body work/mechanics/electrics etc. I valued the cars at £3000 for the pair (which was higher than i would normally pay if i hadn't had travelled so far, and he wanted £6k - no less. Left me in the freezing cold, no offer of a lift 5 miles to the station there or back. I am currently invoicing him for expenses and my time and will take court action due to misleading descriptions. How someone can be happy to not give 2 hoots about another's time/honesty and effort is beyond me.

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Hira 20th May, 2019 @ 16:54

I just saw ahuja holding website and i am planning to purchase one of the property on his website. Can anyone give me recommendation please I would really appreciate.

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karol 20th June, 2019 @ 10:26

Don't buy any properties from this scam person. I bought property last year with faulty boiler, numerous leaks, complete misrepresentation, he took 300 pounds from my solicitor for service charge as well. He should be kept in jail for all his wrong doings.

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Louis 8th September, 2019 @ 11:28

Hi Karol,

Could I contact you directly (over email) to understand the property you bought from Ajay? I am considering a purchase of one of his properties, but want to understand the risk I am exposing myself to.


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miss b 29th December, 2019 @ 23:09

Various properties advertised on Gumtree for sale... He advises you to go to website. thought I would google "reviews" before I contacted him and thanks to this thread I wont be! if something seems too good to be true, it usually is. I feel so sorry for everyone who has lost their money. Hopefully you get somewhere with it all... surely he shouldn't still be advertising!?!?

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Jon 10th March, 2020 @ 04:43

I have done a bit of maintenance work for Ajay in the properties he buys and sells. Let me tell you now he is an absolute scumbag. The property could have very old dodgy wiring and he will simply put a new socket on the front so it looks glossy and new. Anyone buying one of his properties is in for a whole load of nasty surprises. He also rips off the workers so staff turnover is extremely high. It’s all cash in hand, no tax, no legal minimum etc. He pays less than a quarter of recommended pence per mile for travel. And will expect you to find a hotel in any city in the country for £20 a night.


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Scott 17th June, 2020 @ 01:27

Ajay Ahuja is a slimy scum bag crook . He scammed me out of £3525 in 2008. I pursued him and his scumbag accomplices Ian & Ben but to no avail . This kind of asshole always will , in the end , get his just deserves .

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Sam 31st August, 2020 @ 12:08

Ajay's company details include AMPG LIMITED. His address and personal details are all available at companies house.

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Sam 25th September, 2020 @ 13:00

Hi I was wondering if anyone has any way or form of contacting the actual landlord of Ahuja holdings?

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Wauden 27th October, 2020 @ 19:53

HMRC would be interested to know about his not paying tax and cash in hand.
Just saying, if anyone wants to give him his dues.

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Jade 2nd December, 2020 @ 11:51

This company currently as letting properties in Cumbria - I came across one of his posts and decided to dig before messaging. So glad I did. Currently advertising on gumtree

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Jade 2nd December, 2020 @ 18:09

In addendum to my previous comment - this is the current contact details for them that I received today - Richard Matthews
Ahuja Holdings
[email protected]

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Alex Love 15th January, 2021 @ 13:29

Glad I found this because my ex partner an I had intended to put the deposit on a flat the day we went to view. When we arrived there was a large family and us waiting outside and after waiting for 10 minutes two girls left the building with a stack of papers in hand. They asked us if we were ok to which we said we had a viewing. Then the family piped up and said they also had a viewing in that building to which the girls held up the papers slightly confused and said they had just signed a lease. They had booked us all at the same time and then was unreachable via phone to explain why I had taken a day off work and wasted my time. I never even got to meet the agent or whoever was showing the flat. Oh and yes not only was it all booked at the same time but it was all for the same flat. You get what you pay for guys if it’s suspiciously cheap then get outta there.

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Ellie 27th August, 2021 @ 12:39

I’m currently renting a property from this man.
When I tell you it was the worst decision I’ve ever made but I’m currently not in any financial position to move right now so I’m stuck here for a little while longer.
Damp throughout the house, black mold, broken floorboards, peeling wallpaper, broken front door (glass smashed and can pop open if not bolted and been this way for apparently over a year according to the neighbors) I’ve contacted them many times, they came to look at the door and the boiler but nothing further came of this.
Faulty wiring is my main concern, I’m currently looking into having the property assessed because I believe it’s not habitable.
Does anyone know what the best steps forward would be. I’m paying £400 a month for this property and i know im being ripped off. I have evidence of rat holes, exposed wiring, everything. Im ready to go to war I just need someone to point me to the right army.

















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