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RML provides legal service to the Motor Industry. RML‘s membership currently includes Franchise Dealerships, Bodyshops, Car Sales, Vehicle Recovery Specialists, Motorhome  Dealers and Vehicle Leasing Companies.

Andrew Moody is a qualified  Barrister and Solicitor, he began work as  Panel Beater and worked in the Industry for 15 years before becoming qualified as a lawyer. He has extensive motor vehicle qualifications, and has qualified as a Lecturer and taught motor vehicle subjects.

RML provides its members with telephone advice and support in the provision of letters and documents in a range of areas including:

  • Advising upon Supplier / Manufacturer Franchise agreements,
  • advising on customer issues/complaints, writing to customer and their Solicitors
  • civil litigation,
  • appraisal of courtesy car forms
  • recovery of outstanding invoices,
  • disposal of unwanted vehicles
  • trading standards
  • Negligence and Defences,
  • Consumer Law, including issues involving satisfactory quality and fit for purpose

In addition to the above we also provide advice and assistance in employment matters, providing members with employment contracts and a number of employment policies. We also assist in the operation of these policies and with employment tribunal claims.

Advice is always given by a qualified lawyer as and when you require.

Annual membership to RML’s Legal service provides our members with ongoing cost effective legal advice, our subscription charge is £110  plus VAT per month per site. Discounts are available for multiple sites.

If you want to speak with someone about joining RML then call 01832 293003 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or complete the form below and we will contact you.






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