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Does a used car dealer have to honor the price he advertises in the paper even if it was a mistake?

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2013-06-05 03:31:23
2013-06-05 03:31:23

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The law says in most places that an `Error` is not considered false advertising.

Some less that honest dealers use this loophole intentionally.

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