Sounds like u may need a lawyer for proper intervention. No legal interpretation here...not qualified...but fairly familiar with vehicle transactions as a liscensed dealer in Fl....and as such I can see some problems that may apply. Most states have similar statutes that say if you are selling..or representing to sell a vehicle that is not your own you must be a liscensed dealer..(its all about control and $$). There are some specific exemptions..but mostly the idea is we cannot just be dealing in open titles as individuals or dealers...and for good reason as these problems arise. Before he 'sold' it to you he probably should have actually 'bought' it himself...ie. paid the state for title work and sales tax. This is usually where the problem is....acting like a dealer...which he could legally do if he jumped thru the hoops and got himself liscensed...but then he couldn't deal so freely and slipshod. What to do now you say...I'd say shed yourself of this problem in one manner or another...or get a lawyer if situation warrants it...but then you both may lose. Best of luck.
Depends on the private seller.
If you are a GA resident, you do not have to pay sales tax as long is it is a private seller, even if out of state private seller.
online, car dealership or a private seller!
was there a guarantee or was it sold as is?
A gun shop. A gun show. A private seller.
You need to have Builder's Club.
You must be in BC, TBC, or OBC.
The recovery of a vehicle by a private seller rather than by a lending institution such as a bank.
he's a cool guy.... don't mess with him. :)
you need bc
Yes you can if you have the receit
Not as a commercial business. As a private seller, no.
The best way to find a used car from a private seller in any city is through your local classifieds. Also try craigslist.com or ebay.com and search by your area.
yes 5% or $300 max
Yes, a person does have to pay sales tax on a used car purchased from a private seller in Pennsylvania. The amount of tax is 6 percent of the sale price.
Collected by the State when you register the vehicle.
Footlocker, the nike store Private seller etc
Contact your local police.
It depends on the terms of the contract.
No.... The time to check a car out is before you buy. Unless otherwise agreed to a purchase from a private seller is typically AS IS so buyer beware.
go pick it up, if they refuse, go get the police
Private property, specialization, consumer sovereighnty, seller competition, seller profit, voluntary exchange and minimal government involvement.