Deffinately!! Dealerships will not tell you this but you have 30 days to return the vehichle no questions asked without penalty.
That is a very wrong answer. If you signed paperwork and took delivery of vehicle it is yours unless and until you win in court.
Sure you can return it!! If you don't care about your CREDIT and the negative impact that will have on it. When you purchase a vehicle and sign a contract, that's it. If you are 18 years or older, you should understand what you're signing and if you're not sure about the vehicle.....why are you signing?
Depends on the interpretation of the dealership. If the law says it is legal, but the car dealership doesn't agree, you'll get an useless judicial dispute. Therefore, the best way is to convince the man that your video is completely innocent, which is a hard task.
Legal remedies is essentially a request for money damages (in return for plaintiff's loss, defendant pays money). Equitable remedies are orders for the defendant to do some act, or refrain from doing some act - injunction and specific performance are the two most common equitable remedies.
you can not return a car with in any amount of time unless the sale was made away from the dealership i.e. at your house if there was fraudulent behavior you might point that out to the dealership thay may be willing to take it back in lue of a legal battle
legal remedies, equitable remedies, or both
The legal requirement for opening a car dealership vary from state to state. The first step would be to find out the legal requirement to start a dealership in the local area.
As the Country follows English common law, most of the legal remedies available under English common law are also availabe in Malaysia.
You can demand satisfaction and then go into legal actions.
Injunctions are equitable remedies, they are not remedies which the claimant has a right to and are therefore given at the discretion f the court.
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Argument is the correct spelling (disagreement, dispute, legal contention).
V. H. Roberts has written: 'A selection of cases on the law of extraordinary legal remedies' -- subject(s): Extraordinary remedies
You would need to provide a potential buyer with notice of the legal dispute if there is not a notice recorded in the land records. It is unlikey that a buyer would take on the expense of a boundary line dispute and a title clouded by such a dispute.
How is it not registered? The dealership will typically handle that along with title if it's a street bike. If it's an off road bike the they will give you a MCO or MSO and most states will not require a title or registration. Long answer for me to say contact the dealership but they have no legal reason to take the bike back.
Non-adversarial adjudication means the legal dispute was solved outside of court, but still within the legal system. It can also be called Alternative Dispute Resolution; maybe the parties went to mediation where they compromised on terms they can both be happy with.
Remedial Law is that which prescribes the manner of enforcing Legal rights and claims. *Remedial = Remedies
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nothing happens to them, it;s perfectly legal for them to sell a car to anyone of legal age.