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How would you word a receipt form for selling a used car As Is?

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2010-03-08 21:39:52
2010-03-08 21:39:52

Vehicle is sold as is, as shown, with all defects. No warranty is expressed or implied.

Then no warranty will be declared, and in the condition box(if there is but there should be), there should be written "with defects" or "used car", normally it doesn't matter or not important to place it in the receipt, cause, if a customer purchases a vehicle, he/she should be responsible enough to inspect it. Receipts declaring with defects tells that the dealer is willing for repair or responsible for the car for a certain period of time... communication is important.

legally "as is" is suffice

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