In most cases yes
If it is a used vehicle and the contract states that you bought it "as is", you can not return the vehicle. Unless you were somehow misled as to the deal, the vehicle, or the contract, and can prove it, you can not return the vehicle.
It will be specified in the contract.
If it is a used vehicle in South Dakota, and the contract states that you bought it "as is", you can not return the vehicle. Unless you were somehow misled as to the deal, the vehicle, or the contract, and can prove it, you can not return the vehicle.
On any contract purchase, you have 3 days to back out and get your money back.
You are required to submit a title transfer document and payment to the DMV in the state the vehicle is going to.
No, the buyers remorse laws do not apply to the purchase of any vehicle new or used in any state. You bought the car and you own the car.
It depends on your contract and if it you bought both cars from the same dealer, for further information you could consult an attorney to get a perspective from a legal standpoint.
If it's a vehicle you purchased, you cannot return the vehicle. There is no threee-day cancellation clause or any other law that protects a person who bought a vehicle. It's assumed that you entered into a contract with knowledge and thought beforehand. If you bought a new vehicle and that new vehicle does not run correclty, you may be protected by a Lemon Law. If you bought it used from a dealer, you may be protected by a warranty, but in that case the dealer would only have to repair the car, not take it back. If you bought it from a private seller, it is considered an "As Is" sale and the responsibility is on you to have it checked out before you buy it.
most definatly, and don't let the new company tell you otherwise.
The money given to The shopkeeper was payment for the bicycle that John bought.
Yes the dealer sends your signed contract on to a loan broker possibly the company that makes the vehicle and they in turn run a credit report if your credit is not up to the standards for a zero percent loan it is not accepted you in turn do not have to purchase the vehicle since the terms you signed for are not accepted the contract is void. Let the dealer lower the price to you or go someplace else to purchase.
then you haven't bought it
It baffles me that you even got off the lot (assuming the intended purchase was from a dealer) with it in the first place sans said payment. However, it also depends on who/where you bought the vehicle from, what type it is, what sort of contract you signed (Provided you signed one.) Unfortunately, this isn't a yes or no answerable question, too many dependencies and factors to make it so cut and dry.
My 18 year old daughter bought a programs 2010 vehicle from a AR dealer with me as a cosigner. First payment due on 7-29-11 and she has the money for that payment however she just submitted her college schedule to her job wherein they told her they would see what they could do but no promisses. I have been taken off work due to health issues so this vehicle payment may get rough for anyone. Is there any clause in a law that states she can return the vehicle now?
Bought a used vehicle but discovered that it is not in good condition, what should i do?
There is no cooling off period on the purchase of a vehicle. Being an elder does not help, unless you are not of sound mind. You bought the car, so you are stuck with the car.
i bought mine but i think my parents will ratter buy a ipod because it doesn't require a monthly payment nor a contract
You cannot return a vehicle. If you bought the used car "AS IS" with no warranty then you bought it as is, which means, exactly that, AS IS. If however you bought it with a warranty then the warranty may cover the repair.
I bought a Hyundia Elantra a few months ago and was given all the paperwork for a 2006. I recently found out that the car is a 2005. I have signed the contract and is currently paying for the vehicle. What should I do about this? I really need some answers.
It totally depends on the wording of the sales contract. If anywhere on the vehicle window sticker or on the contract it states "As-Is" then you've bought the vehicle and the problems. Most reputable dealers offer some kind of limited warranty with the vehicle, and will repair the problem(s), but you will have to check your sales papers and/or talk to the dealer. Your only other option would be to take them to small calims court.
depends on the contract
yes you can
Collected by the State when you register the vehicle.