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Can I be sued for payment of a 2004 Bobcat that I verbally agreed to buy but did not make payments for after having it rebuilt and the owner removed it from the repair shop?

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2007-05-07 23:10:12
2007-05-07 23:10:12

so you told me something you didnt ask what you wanted to know maybe you should re type that....

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