Once you and the dealer have signed the contract, it is a binding contract agreement and it responsible by law. You can take him to court if he doesn't keep his part of the agreement.
You can return your used car, in the state of Georgia, within 72 hours of signing the contract. 120 hours after signing the contract will require a determination by a circuit court judge.
depends on your contract agreement and if it was under warranty. most likely you can return it if you talk to the dealer.
A supply contract is a kind of agreement that a dealer makes to the supplier. The supply contract has some elements like where is the product be submitted and the payment terms.
The dealer should be legally bound by the contract which the two of you entered into , a mutual agreement , unless there is an "escape clause" that the dealer can exercise as an option in the contract ; you would best consult an attorney regarding this matter .
Have A County Attorney Read Your Contract, And Tell Him The Reason Stated By The Car Dealer. If Its In The Contract The Dealer Signed He Has To Fulfill His Signed Agreement. If He Has Not Entered Into A Contract With You On The Car, Signed By Himself. Then You Will Need To Walk Away. GOOD LUCK
Yes, the contract only gives the dealer the authorization to seek financing based on the terms of the signed contract. Read it closely to include the fine print. If for some reason the financing falls through the contract usually becomes null and void.
The only ways to back out of the contract are 1: If you have a written agreement with the dealer to fix the problems. 2: Verbal agreement with the dealer to fix the problem. then if one of these 2 exist, it would be a small claims court deal and the dealer is suppose to be the expert and the court will recognize that and hopefully side with you.
not without the sighners and cosighners consent, you signed a contract and only that contract, it is suggested you consult with a lawer if the dealer does not correct the problem
There is no return period unless the dealer has such a voluntary, user friendly policy. Most car sales are final. You need to read your contract and know the dealer's policies before signing anything.
What does 30 days have to do with you signing a contract to pay X number of $$$ per month for XXX months?? Is there something in the contract about "30 days"?
You may not be able to return a car the next day if it is not in your contract that you can. A contract is a legally binding agreement and the car dealer is not required to allow you to break it.