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Can a dealership have you return a car that is signed for after 8 days of you having it because of a financing issue?

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2005-11-15 03:48:47
2005-11-15 03:48:47

I'm sure each state has different rules/laws, but I know this can happen. It happened to a friend of mine in Oregon. Ask the car dealership to show you where in the fine print it says you must return the car, or worst case scenario, consult a lawer.

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A check given to the dealership will be cashed. This is normal in business. Whether they can keep the money or have to return it is based on what your purchase agreement reads. Where I live if the purchase agreement has "Subject to financing" on it the down payment must be returned if the dealer can not get you financing and you can't get outside financing. If it does not have that in it they get to keep the money.


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