No. There is no buyers remorse law for cars. If you sign the papers, drive it off the lot and 2 seconds later it breaks into 2 pieces, then you own both pieces. * If the reference is to the "cooling off" period that is included in some state consumer laws, this 72 hour period does not usually pertain to vehicle purchases. It would be necessary for the buyer to consult the laws of the state in which the vehicle was purchased to see if such an option is available. If the reference is to a defective vehicle, all states have "lemon laws", the party involved can contact the attorney general's office in the state where they live for specific information or visit the website http://lemoncar.com for information.
Without a signature, there is no contract. If you want your money back the dealer is obligated to give it to you.
Generally within 60 days
Repeal is to take back, or to cancel, a law
how do i cancel limewire and get my money back
You can cancel a account and you can recover it back
No, you cannot.
In Texas- Yes!
If you have not signed a purchase agreement, yes. If you have signed, ask the dealer if you can back out. If the car has already been put in your name or you have driven it home, it is yours.
Cancel is a verb. Sample: The rock band had to cancel all their concerts because the lead singer broke his back.
No, once you buy it and the title is signed, it is yours until you sell it.
i don't think you can get your money back I'm afraid. But you can cancel your account.
Go back to their profile and click "cancel request".
It usually depends on how long the ban is, I mean, you wouldn't want to cancel it if the ban is anything less than a couple of weeks. But if it is a lifetime ban, you can cancel it, but I don't think you could get your money back unless you are within 30 days since you last renewed your membership.
Don't see why not - i accept them back ( i am a dealer in the UK )
If you go back within two days, they should allow you to cancel it. Go back as soon as humanely possible, and explain to them your problem.
You cannot in any state. Their is no such thing as a cooling off period on the purchase of an automobile, unless someone came to your house uninvited and sold you a car. Otherwise, you bought it, so you own it, unless the dealer agreed to take it back and cancel the contract. Legally he does not have to.
In auction, just click Cancel, and you have to pay 75% of its current price. On private sales, you just say cancel and you get your horse back.
Because It Was The Producer'sDecision, But They Can Bring It Back If They Wanted To!, That Was My Favorite Show, WHY DID THEY CANCEL!!!!
if your the leaser you can cancel anything there is usually a procedure that you have to do and another to get the car back
no, i tried to before but they emailed me back and said that you can't cancel an order once it is made.
Not if you signed the contract to purchase the vehicle, unless the dealer agrees to let you back out. If you have taken delivery of the vehicle and drove it off the lot it is now a used car and it belongs to you.
Of course you will