I bought a car in Texas, then moved out of state, I still made payments, but not I'm behind. I intent to start paymants up again, but now the dealer is saying that he is going to sue me, Can he?
talk to a lawyer!
If you paid cash for a car and the car dealer repossessed it, yes, you can probably sue the dealer. First contact the cops. Then, you might want to contact the dealer next. Keep records of everything.
Yes - if the car loan was with the dealer, the dealer can sue the debtor for the balance of the car loan after the car is sold to someone else.
yes because you can literally sue for anything
Really!?!?! You seriously want an answer to this? Can you sue a gun dealer for legally selling a firearm to someone who commits a murder with it? No! Wow amazing!
yeah. beat him dwn. or take your case to a lawyer and get more $$$$ with sue
He can, but it's frowned upon, if he said the car was perfectly fine, then there is reason for fraud and you could sue him.
If you did not disclose the lien to the dealer then you committed fraud! At this point it is a fraudulent deal and everything can be unwound. The dealer can repossess the unit or sue you for the difference. In jurisdictions it is possible the dealer could get a warrant for your arrest for credit fraud
I would sue him/take the car back.
no you can't sue but if your car is permanently stolen the you can get the dealer of your car to buy you a new one or you can put it onto your claims bonus and get your money back from what you originally paid for your car the first time you bought it. i hope i answered your question correctly.
You could probably sue the dealer for putting you in harms way.
Look at your states Lemon Law regarding cars.You should be suing them!!!!! you don't need an attorney in alot states, represent yourself.Get some repair estimates on fixing the car, repair it if you can and sue the dealer.