A "Cosigner" is a "Co-owner." Cobuyers and buyers are equally responsible for the note they signed.
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
Yes, a co-borrower is as responsible for a debt as is the primary borrower. The main difference between co-buyers and cosigners is that a cosigner generally does not have any claims to the property in question but bears the responsibility of repaying the debt should the primary borrowers default on the agreement.
This question is specific to the buyers contract, you should reference that document to answer this question.
A buyer can do a voluntary possession without the permission of the co-buyers if that buyer is the sole owner of the vehicle. If the co-buyers are also co-owners, they would have to give consent first.
Yes, it is a contract. You agree to pay the price, plus the additional buyers fee when you bid.
Buyers agents represent the buyers in real estate transactions. They work for the buyer in locating desirable properties, negotiating the best possible sales contract and looking after the buyers interests throughout the buying process.
Plain and simple; NO.............. You are considered an adult, so you can not void the contract.
Yes, the dealer can cancel the contract but it is within 10 days of the date on the purchase contract.
A "mortgage buyer" when referring to a private real estate note, would be a real estate investor who will purchase private mortgage notes for cash. These investors are also sometimes referred to as note buyers, promissory note buyers, land contract buyers and deed of trust buyers.
On the purchase of a vehicle you cannot cancel the contract as the Cooling Off Period or Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle. You signed the contract and are legally bound to honor it.
Wellington is a long line name of companies, i not familiar with the northeast contract or buyers.
If you are asking is there a cooling off period or buyers remise law in Florida on the purchase of a used car the answer is no. Once you sign the contract you are legally bound to that contract and it cannot be cancelled unless the seller agrees to that cancelation. The Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the sale of a new or used vehicle in any state.
Under the Virginia buyers remorse laws, consumers have 3 days to cancel a health club contract. This law does not apply to any other type of contract.
It is an contract between one or more buyers and one ro more supplier to estimate the amount of items to be delived at the rigt the price and at the the right place agreed
Generally you have a few days to change your mind. It is called buyers remorse. Check your contract.
Yes, if the agent is a Buyers agent and you have a signed contract with the agent.
No. To execute a valid contract it needs to be signed by all the owners.
there are two general remedies to an unpaid seller which include; Real remedies and Personal remedies.
No, you cannot just return the vehicle. The buyers remorse law does not apply to automobiles. You can of course return it as a voluntary repossession, which would be a horrible idea.
None! Once you purchase a vehicle and sign the contract you cannot cancel the contract or return the vehicle. The buyers remorse or cooling off period laws do not apply to the purchase of an automobile in in the state. This is a myth that simply will not die.
Yes, but a health club contract is defined as having a term greater than 3 months. A 3 month contract or less does not give you the right to cancel.
I dont know about the "grounds" BUT any changes to a CONTRACT have to be approved by BOTH parties to the contract. Did either/both of your "buyers" get approved by the LENDER to assume your contract? Some contracts are NOT assumable as written by the lender. Even if they did get approved to assume, they still have to wait for the lender to do their oart. Could it have been impatience on the part of the "buyers"? Best you should call a local attorney for a consultation ASAP.
no because it is the buyers responsibility of what he/she buys and smokes or abuses.
Co-signing is all about CREDIT. If the buyers credit has improved enough or the buyer has paid enough on the loan to have EQUITY, the lender might remove the co-signor. Its up to the LENDER.