Old Jun 20, 18, 3:24 pm
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Originally Posted by KARFA View Post
just to clarify, under English law the test is whether it was a “manifest error” and the English courts have defined that as one that is “obvious or easily demonstrable without extensive investigation”.
Without wishing to undermine any fellow member's case, I really must stress however that if you did in fact read this thread before making the booking, then you did in fact have reason to believe that the fare, at the very least, might well be an error. That doesn't necessarily mean you will lose your argument, but it puts you in a much weaker position than someone who in fact had no knowledge and no reason to believe that it was.

And it goes without saying that anyone who did read this thread before booking, should not falsely state that they had not.
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