Renegadenemo wrote: ↑
Fri Feb 21, 2020 1:13 pm
...they want to borrow ours too...
Notwithstanding dispute of the claim that it's 'yours', when it was paid for by donations against your own website stating that the aim was to return K7 to Coniston, and without any legal agreement assigning any reward or part ownership of the boat to BBP as 'reward' for the the work that they'd agreed to do, Gina has made clear that she's happy for you to just return the original bits.... which I believe according to your own past claims amounts to 90% of the boat:
https://www.thewestmorlandgazette.co.u ... necessary/
So, are you going to remove 'your' 10% and hand the rest back to its lawful owner, or are you going to continue to attempt to hold them to ransom?
Out of interest, why does any of this prevent your continued work on the boat? Why not continue work so that it's ready to hand back, as soon as the legal situation is resolved (be that by agreement, or in the courts)?
Is it, perchance, because you've recognised that the main flaw in the agreement you signed up to is that it doesn't stipulate a completion date, so whilever the 'conservation and reconfiguration' of the boat remains 'incomplete', you can claim not to be in breach by its retention in your workshop?