The 72 hour/3 day "cooling off" period does not apply to vehicles. In the DOT web page, I found that the sale is finalized after the contract is signed, and the vehicle is placed in your posession. This raises a question as to if the contract is valid if the vehicle is not yet placed in your posession. If you refuse to accept the vehicle then, it goes to reason that the contract is invalidated by not being allowed to finish its course of action. Hmm. I asked several financial managers of different dealerships this question and the answer that I got was that if the contract process is not completed by the car being received, the processes of going to the finance and licensing and titling can not proceed. Texas does not have a 3 day period to change your mind in signing for a new car, but the unique process of the car purchase raises this question of if you can interfer with with due process.
Yes, the dealer can cancel the contract but it is within 10 days of the date on the purchase contract.
The question is a bit confusing. When purchasing a car from a dealership, the transaction is by contract. Once the contract is signed, the contracted price is the price. There is no changing of minds later. If, as is not unusual, the dealer sent you with the vehicle to return at a later date to sign the contract, and then changed the price, this could be an attempt at fraud. Get the change in writing, do not sign anything, and take your evidence directly to an attorney who specializes in consumer fraud.
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.
If the car that the dealer delivers is not the car that is identified in the contract, then the DEALER is in default, not you.
Read the contract that you signed when you made the purchase
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.
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
That would be up to the individual dealer. but when you sign a contract you own that vehicle. and it also depends on what paper you signed.
Not unless the dealer agrees to void the contract or fraud was involved. You signed it, and you will have to live with that decision.
IF you signed a contract, it wasn't forced on you. If you didn't sign a contract you can return it as you wish.
If you're making payments you signed a contract. When you return your car you've broken your contract. Yes there is consequences when you break a contract.
No they have already signed the papers agreeing to the contract
Not likely if you signed the contract.
NO, you signed a contract and are bound by that contract until the terms are fulfilled.
Not if you signed the papers and paid for it, unless the selling dealer agrees. You cannot simply void a contract you have already signed. Legally you are bound to that contract. Talk to the selling dealer. You have 3 business days to cancel the contract.
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
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 .
A dealer can do whatever they want, they are not legally obliagted to sell you any car.
If you signed a contract it is yours. You cannot back out unless the dealer agrees.
Up to the point where the contract is signed, either party can modify the terms. Once the contract is signed, the deal is done and both sides have to live with it.
depends on 'one how have signed the contract' or purchase. if it is allwed per the clause of the contract he may return the car
If you have both signed the contract and it is legally valid, then NO, the seller cannot change the terms of the contract or unilaterally void the contract (unless the contract states that the seller is allowed to do this). If you are in doubt, you need to talk to a lawyer ASAP.
Right up to the point where you signed the contract.
The car dealer cannot take the car if it is paid for according to the contract. The dealer cannot change their mind and take back the car after the contract is signed and money has been exchanged.