I purchased a car from a (large) car dealer group in Victoria in March. The sales contract stipulated a few items to be included with the purchase($900ish value). These items were not provided, and after 2 weeks of emails with them promising to provide, they are now ignoring all phone calls/emails. It's a pretty clear and unambiguous breach, I assume they're just hoping I don't pursue it? I want to sue them for breach of contract, ideally via a minor case claim in the Magistrates Court of WA (as opposed to a VCAT claim as I live in WA). However I am unsure of whether I can do this. The sales contract does not contain a clause to specify which jurisdiction it is governed by. Assuming I have to sue them in the VCAT, do I have an option to request the hearing be moved to WA, or alternatively what would the chances be of claiming the airfare required to attend a VCAT hearing (I know costs generally aren't claimable). Is there any option to attend the hearing by teleconference, or to have it decided on the papers?