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Emission Compensations

Our initiative VW Emission-Compensations. EU  was founded in September  2015 and is the first proven European emission mass claim initiative. Our organisation and efforts uses Dutch Law that gives all EU citizens mass claim potential and jurisdiction.

The objects of our company is to represent the interests of Volkswagen / Seat / Audi and Skoda car owners who suffered damage and are a victim of a neglect of EU Parliament. Our efforts are tremendous even though the VW Lobby has already spent millions of euro's to deny EU-victims of their huge fraud and scams.

Global Solution

We are a team of international experts establishing a global alliance against the illegal actions of Volkswagen.

No Cost

All costs are covered by the Foundation. In the event of a settlement it's your choice to accept the result or opt-out.

Actions

For registered users we request a waiver from Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda & Seat.

Litigation on a No Cure No Pay

We work on a ' no cure no pay ' . This means that it costs no money to file your claim. The costs we incur to represent your interests are advanced by ourselves. If we manage to get a compensation for you to ensure we receive a success fee of 30 % of the damages.

 

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We are a leading group action law firm having successfully concluded major and high profile group actions.
Our experience allows us to more effectively act on your behalf whilst minimising costs.
We bring together individuals & groups to create strength in numbers.
Having Emission Compensations on your side will make the difference and get resolutions to your issues.
We have the experience, resources and the systems in place to handle large volumes of complex cases like this VW fraud claim, why? :

This is why: 

In order for a vehicle to be sold, registered and driven in the UK, amongst other things, it must comply with the NOx emissions limits provided in Annex 1 to the Emissions Regulations, both during official testing and in normal use. The legal rationale for this is as follows:

  •  pursuant to Regulation 6 of The Road Vehicles (Approval) Regulations 2009, an application for ‘first registration’ under the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994 will only be granted where, amongst other things, an appropriate EC Certificate of Conformity (‘COC’) is in effect with respect to that vehicle;

  •  a COC will have effect only if the manufacturer is able to certify that the vehicle concerned is ‘type approved’;

  •  by virtue of Directive 2007/46/EC - ‘The Framework Directive’, type approval is dependent on matters including compliance with EC Regulation 715/2007 - ‘The Emissions Regulations’;

  •  the Emissions Regulations require compliance with Commission Regulation EC 692/2008 - ‘The Testing Regulations’;

  • Article 4(1) of the Emissions Regulations sets out that manufacturers must ‘demonstrate that all new vehicles sold, registered or put into service in the Community are type approved in accordance with this Regulation…These obligations include meeting the emissions limits set out in Annex 1…’;

  • Article 5(1) of the Emissions Regulations requires manufacturers to‘equip vehicles…so as to enable the vehicle, in normal use, to comply with this Regulation…’; and

  • Section 42 of The Road Traffic Act 1988 states that in order for a vehicle to be driven lawfully on a UK road it must comply with, amongst other requirements, regulation of 61A of the Construction and Use Regulations 1986, which in turn requires compliance with the Emissions Regulations