For new cars, dealerships must disclose any damage that exceeds 5% of the MSRP. They do not have to disclose small damages that have been fixed. For used cars, dealers must disclose damage that is 25% of the fair trade value.
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:)
How long does a lender have to re-disclose to the consumer after a change in circumstance?
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
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.
Keep in mind who buys the products from a business? Consumers. Therefore,consumer protection is the answer.
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.
i would love to show you, but i cant disclose it.
She wouldn't disclose where she had bought her shoes.
no they are not bound to disclose there earnings. its optional
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.
It may be possible for collectible guns made by Colt and Smith & Wesson by checking with the company. For most other firearms a manufacturer will either not have these records or will not disclose them for privacy reasons. A dealer who sold the gun will have a record of it, but also will not disclose it to anyone but law enforcement.
The bank were not willing to disclose the account information to me over the phone
Caveat emptor, let the buyer beware.If the car was purchased with cash, then there is no issue with contract fraud. There may, however, be an issue with consumer fraud if the seller did not disclose knowledge of the condition of the car. The buyer should contact the fraud division of the loacal prosecutor's office and give them details on the transaction.
Make sure to disclose the murder cases to the buyers of this house.
Yes you do have disclose a salvage titled vehicle.
It depends on whom they are giving the information. Agencies such as the IRS are entitled to such information. Creditors generally are given permission by the consumer to access of such info., as a means of verification for credit approval.
You are to disclose your gender to health service providers.Whether you are married or virgin,you are not bound to disclose while applying for a health insurance policy.
In the UK if a car is unfit for the road not only may you return the car the vendor can be prosecuted
Disciple comes first, then disclaim, and then disclose.
The word disclose is a verb. It cannot be used as an adverb.A synonym, reveal, has the adverb form revealingly which, however, means something slightly different. Disclose does not have such a form.
No they do not have to disclose all previous damage.