Not likely if you signed the contract.
There are circumstances under which this could happen, but they can't just abrogate the contract and do it without your consent.
In Texas- Yes!
The dealer should be legally bound by the contract which the two of you entered into , a mutual agreement , unless there is an "escape clause" that the dealer can exercise as an option in the contract ; you would best consult an attorney regarding this matter .
You purchased the car when you signed the contract. It has nothing to do with driving it off the lot. The only thing you can hope for is the dealer is willing to terminate the deal.
No they have already signed the papers agreeing to the contract
If you signed a contract it is yours. You cannot back out unless the dealer agrees.
after approved financing and signed contract, have had car 8 days, can a dealership take car back?
The car dealer cannot take the car if it is paid for according to the contract. The dealer cannot change their mind and take back the car after the contract is signed and money has been exchanged.
You can only back out of a signed contract, if the contract states there is a backout clause. If there is no clause stating you may back out of the deal within 24 hour, you are liable for the contract signed.
Not legally. The auto dealer may agree to cancel the contract, but they are under no obligation to do so. Once you sign a contract, you enter into a legally binding agreement. There is no 3-day cancellation clause or anything else that can get you out of it.
As a general rule - no. A 'contract' is a legally binding instrument. Both parties to the contract agree to abide by the provisions of the agreement which they have signed. There may be circumstances which 'breach' the provisions of the contract and make it invalid (i.e.-financing is unavailable - the contract wasn't signed by by a 'lawful signatory' of the dealer - etc.) More specifics would have to be known for a more specific answer.
any signed contract is valid, when you mailed it back, did you register it? this is to make sure that the other person received it.
Generally speaking you cannot back out of a car deal after the bill of sale has been signed. Some car dealers will allow you to, but this is seen as a contract once it is signed.
Without a signature, there is no contract. If you want your money back the dealer is obligated to give it to you.
no. unless there is something wrong with it There are dealers that give a 3 day trial period, usually max of 200 miles. You can bring it back, trade it for another vehicle or just be released from the contract. Always ask before signing any contract in a car dealer.
Depends on the state and the type of contract that was signed. If you aren't happy with what you did, take the car back and talk to the dealer. They may work with you.
You can't change your mind. Once you signed for it, you bought it. Your only chance is if the dealer is willing to take it back.
No, once you buy it and the title is signed, it is yours until you sell it.
Not if you signed the contract to purchase the vehicle, unless the dealer agrees to let you back out. If you have taken delivery of the vehicle and drove it off the lot it is now a used car and it belongs to you.
Unless the sales contract states you a Right of Rescission, once the contract is signed by you and the dealer, it is binding. A right of rescission in a contract gives you a cooling-off period where you can walk away from the deal. It's normal for homeowners to have this right when they use home equity loans to tap the equity in their homes, but isn't standard fare on the purchase agreement for a automobile.
If the seller agrees to let you out of the contract. Otherwise you are bound by what you signed.
Doubtful. Ask the seller if you can back out. He may agree, but if he doesn't you more than likely own this car. Call your state Atty. General to see if your state has a cooling off period for cars, which I doubt.