Normally if you are putting a deposit down on a holiday, house, CAR, etc. and you pull out of the sale you will loose the deposit. Hope this helps
If you really want the car bad enough, offer the owner more money and/or ask them to contact you first if they should change their mind.
You do not have any days to change your mind after purchasing a car. This is a binding contract and you are stuck with the car after you have bought it.
In most states if you have signed a contract or bill of sale then no you can not. Check your state laws for a "cool off period".
The seller cannot change their mind once they have signed a contract unless there is some language in the contract that will allow them to back out of the sale. You need to review the terms of your purchase and sale agreement.
What makes you think you can change your mind? if you bought the car, you own it. You cannot change your mind. The law allowing that only applies to unsolicited purchases, not the purchase of an automobile.
if someone puts a deposit on a car after a 2 weeks period they change there mind do have to give them there deposit back
There is NO cooling off period on the purchase of a vehicle. You bought it and you own it. The only things that fall under this law are unsolicited sales. You went to the dealership and bought the car of your own free will. That is a solicited sale.
In the state of Georgia there is no grace period after buying a used car. Once the contract is signed the car belongs to the buyer and they cannot change their mind.
You can change your mind about a car lease but the dealer doesn't have to let you out of it. A lease is a binding legal agreement. However, most dealers will probably let you out if it if you ask them.
You cannot change your mind about a new car purchase. The dealer may work with you to take it back, but there is usually a restocking fee or a fee of some type that they will charge.
you can by saying your not intrested, and that you have less than that money on you. then just walk out slowly, and then they'll change their mind
Yes, if a person signs a contract for a used car in KY he can then on a later date for reasons best known to himself change his mind. He however has to pay dearly for breaking the contract.
No. Once you make the deal and sign the title and bill of sale, then you are legally obligated to stick to the deal.
No. There is no buyer's remorse law that relates to automobiles.
There is no buyer's remorse law if you simply change your mind
No cooling off period
They usually don't change their mind. What happens is a dealer sales you a car and lets you drive off thinking the purchase is complete when in fact they do not have the financing secured. This happens mainly on weekends and after normal business hour purchases. If they are unable to secure the financing they will want the car back or you to get financing of your own.
Yes. If the dealer is trying to change the terms of the sale, then the sale is not final and you should be able to get out of the deal. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com
There are several books that instruct you on how to change tires on your car. You may also ask your mechanic to teach you. Most will not mind showing you how to protect your car.
No. You must prove ownership, therefore need to have the title to the car with the details of the sale completed. A bill of sale is worthless for registering a car.
Not unless the seller agrees to refund your money. A used car purchase is final.
Change your mind by boyce avenue.. He does a good cover of it, but I'm not sure who the original singer is.
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