You can usually return a faulty car back to the dealer, but to be repaired. You cannot return a car unless the dealer refuses to have it repaired.
That would depend upon the lending terms in the purchase contract, and in some US states the consumer law relating to the matter
Why would the dealer want it back. You bought it, and it is now your car. Remember, buyer beware.
What makes you think you can just return the car back to the dealer? There is no return law on the purchase of an automobile. The cooling off period law only applies to unsolicited purchases and not to the purchase of a vehicle. You bought it, you own it.
A car bought from a dealer is usually financed by a bank they want there money not the car back
there is no way to. Sorry as is buyer beware.
Only if the selling dealer agrees to take it back. Otherwise it is yours and there is no legal way to return it.
No, not unless the selling dealer agrees to take it back which is highly unlikely. You bought it and you are stuck with it.
Yes. If you have not taken delivery of the vehicle, you can still back out of the deal. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com
No there is now law requiring a dealer to take a car back. Unless the dealer you bought the car from has a return policy then it's yours.
ya i think so
It totally depends on which country you are from.Check the Terms and Conditions of the contract, which you should have done BEFORE you signed it. Some dealers will not refund a deposit or down payment.
There is no LAW that allows this.There may be reasons a car can be returned including the Dealer being unable to provide Financing as ppromised or a Negotiated return.BUTThe dealer does not HAVE to take it back under law.
No, you do not. It's a down payment, not a security deposit.
I will return back to my country to work and to start my business
In general, you cannot return a car to a dealer. You can sell it back to them, though. Selling it won't affect your credit.
Yes, of course the dealer can take it back and they do. A growing number of dealers will allow you 3, 5, or 7 days (with mileage limitations) to drive the car and you can return it if you are not satisfied. Good, customer driven dealers, will take a car back if the customer has a compelling reason to return the vehicle. Certainly the immediacy of the return is critical as is the condition of the vehicle.
No, you cannot.
What do you need the downpayment for? If it's for a mortgage on a house, then most states/counties have downpayment assistance for people. Search for it on Google, or I guess you can look it up in the yellow pages. If you want to search for it put "downpayment assistance" (with the quotations) in the search box and then put the name of your city, and press search. Then go back and try it with your county name. They have a lot of programs out there.
This can be a tricky situation. Did you give the buyer a receipt for the down payment stating it would not be returned if they backed out of the deal? If not, then you may have to give it back. Did you hold the car for them, and in the process miss a sale due to this? Here is what I would do. If you ended up selling the car anyway, I would return their down payment.
Unless the buyer agrees to return the car, then nothing (...obviously??!).
Mainly it is doubtful when we are getting the return back. And also the amount that the business can payback
Capital is that amount which is invested by owner of business in business and it's the liability for business to return back to it's owner that's why it is liability.
Capital is not an asset for business rather it is liability for business as this is the amount the owner who is separate from it's business invested in business and business Is requires to return it back to it's owner at the time of liquidation.
Certainly. If you buy a new car from a dealer and then wreck it, the dealer will be happy to give you back your old car and promptly return all of your money, and take back the ruined new car.