It depends on what the number was.
If you did the deal "subject to" anything like loan approval, a pay-off on your car being verified, appraisal of your trade-in if it wasn't there, then yes.
Anything other than that, I would be suspicious of. If you have more details, e-mail me and I'll see if I can help.
Jim Carty www.dealertricks.com
Besides the instances already mentioned above, the only other relevant circumstances would be additional cash down to reach a specific monthly payment or to lower the carry to an amount where the lender WILL finance the purchase or grant a more favorable financing rate(typically referred to as "loan to value ratio " or " advance ").
If you purchase a parrot from a reputable breeder, then yes, you can get papers. If not then can I still get papers from sum where?
Probably not. The dealer has done work and incurred expense based on your contract. You may be able to negotiate to only pay his expenses.
If you did not sign anything, yes. If you have signed some papers, depending on what they are, probably not. If you have signed the agreement to purchase, possibly. Ask the selling dealer to let you out of the agreement to purchase.
You can purchase an Evinrude motor from the company direct and also there are a number of other sources to purchase from. They are sold on eBay and Boat Trader and would be listed for sale in local papers and online sources.
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 dont, unless dealer is willing to work with you on a new purchase. Once you sign the papers and drive off the lot the truck is yours. Good luck!
Once you sign the papers, it is your car. You cannot return it unless the dealer agrees to the return.
if you buy a car, especially cash, you need to have your signed copy of papers as your leaving the dealership with the new vehicle. most dealerships wouldn't because it's business suicide, but without sending you with papers you have no proof you paid for it, it leaves an opening for dishonesty on their part.
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.
Once you purchase the car and have signed the papers, it is yours. You cannot return it.
No contact the lender and pay them. Once the lender has taken over the papers of the car/truck the dealer is out of the picture.
A dealer can give you copies of anything you want except your credit report. If they say the offer is only good right now and then you come back with your copies they do not have to honor it.
no because they might ask for their papers
The answer is NO! Return it to who? You own the car, so therefore the dealer will not take it back, why should he. The lender does not want the car, he just wants his money that he loaned you to purchase the car, which you did. Buying a car is not like buying a shirt at WalMart. You bought it, and you are stuck with it. The minute you signed the papers, it is your car.
Take the registration papers (for the vin number and proof of ownership) to your local Cadillac dealer and they will make you a new set of keys with that info.
To my knowledge, "The right to recision" only exists (with a car dealer) if you were to complete your purchase off-sight, that is not on the automobile dealership's property. If you sign all of your papers at the dealership, there is no right of recision. However, if you signed all of your papers (at the dealership) and did not physically take "delivery" of the vehicle, that is left the vehicle at the dealer, the sale is not completed. The reverse however holds true too for the client. Let's say a client signs all of their loan documents on an automobile (at the dealership and is given copy's) and takes delivery of the vehicle; If the loan is then declined by the finance institution that the dealer may use, the dealer is bound to the contract and has to guarantee the loan. In other words, the dealer can't back out of the transaction either.
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serve the divorce papers because then you know Ur not doing anything wrong
blacks carried papers because without there papers they werent free and they couldnt travel without there slave masters
You can issue divorce papers and get a judge to tie up the money.