How long does a lender have to re-disclose to the consumer after a change in circumstance?
We just bought a used car last Sunday and asked the same question. They are supposed to disclose if there is a lemon law for the vehicle, if it a salvage title and if it was in any accidents. Good luck:)
DEPENDING ON WHAT KIND OF TITLE THE VEHICLE HAS IF IT HAS A CLEAR TITLE THEN NO IF IT HAS A SALVAGE TITLE THEN YES
Keep in mind who buys the products from a business? Consumers. Therefore,consumer protection is the answer.
Absolutely,a dealer can sell you a vehicle with a salvaged title. Each state has there own laws but in most states you must disclose to the consumer that the vehicle you are selling to them has SALVAGED history. The selling dealer must disclose this on the state title forms and on the BILL of SALE.If the selling dealer does not disclose this,then you have a legal rights against the dealer.
i would love to show you, but i cant disclose it.
Some regions may have laws requiring it. It is not necessary in most places; however, if the manager is asked whether a death occurred they must tell the truth about it.
no they are not bound to disclose there earnings. its optional
She wouldn't disclose where she had bought her shoes.
esne disclose about her grandparents
Government benchmarks requires companies to disclose what is previously viewed as private information to the consumer. An example is companies selling food that have genetically been modified.
To disclose is to share information that was hidden. The opposite would be to conceal.