If you had not wrecked the car the answer would be yes. But you totaled the car so that makes it more complicated. If the mechanical problem caused the wreck you may have a case. If you are just trying to get your money back because you totaled the car then you have no morals and character. On the other hand if the mechanical problem caused the wreck then seek the advice of a lawyer.
Depends on the private seller.
If you are a GA resident, you do not have to pay sales tax as long is it is a private seller, even if out of state private seller.
Sign off on your part as the seller on the title itself just like you were selling it to anyone else.
A lemon law buyback title is when a car is sold by a dealer or private seller with defects or problems that they knew about but did not tell the buyer on purchase. This protects against scams.
what happens if you buy a car unaware of salvage title? well, if it was from a dealer you have recourse. if it's from a private seller, too bad...UNLESS they sold you the car with a clean title when they knew it was salvage. did you look at the title before you bought the car? if it was clearly branded as salvage or totaled you're out of luck but if it was a clean title when it actually wasn't you can try and get a refund from the seller or sue. If you sue you will have prove the seller knew the title was salvage at the time of sale. good luck!!
online, car dealership or a private seller!
was there a guarantee or was it sold as is?
This depends where you live. Where I live it is not directly against the law but it is easy to sue for repair re-imbursement. In the UK it is specifically ileagle to sell a car with problems and not disclose them.
You need to have Builder's Club.
You must be in BC, TBC, or OBC.
Not as a commercial business. As a private seller, no.
The recovery of a vehicle by a private seller rather than by a lending institution such as a bank.
The best way to find a used car from a private seller in any city is through your local classifieds. Also try craigslist.com or ebay.com and search by your area.
IF they have JUDGEMENT, THEY CAN GARNISH YOUR WAGES OR ATTACH OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Yes, a person does have to pay sales tax on a used car purchased from a private seller in Pennsylvania. The amount of tax is 6 percent of the sale price.
he's a cool guy.... don't mess with him. :)
you need bc
The private seller holds the title until paid in full, he should transfer the title to private buyers name and place a lien on title then the title will be mailed back to the private seller and once vehicle is paid the seller signs off on the lien and mails the title to the buyer. A contract/bill of sale should be signed by both parties to the payment agreement established for the protection of both parties.
Three days at best. It really depends what kind of seller you purchased the car from since some car lots do have guarantees. If it was a private seller, you will need to make the best of it, unless there is a HUGE problem they were silent about.
yes 5% or $300 max
No.... The time to check a car out is before you buy. Unless otherwise agreed to a purchase from a private seller is typically AS IS so buyer beware.
Yes you can if you have the receit