Depends on what state you are in, I worked for a DMV in MN and the person who never got it titled in his name will have to do that first because he is still obligated to pay tax and title.
Some Questions should be asked when buying a Used Car from a private seller like : How many miles are on the odometer? Why are you selling the car? How would you describe your used car's condition? Who was this vehicle bought from? Where was this car bought? What kind of oil do you use in the car? What are you willing to sell the car for? How long of a test drive can i take? Are you willing to let me get this inspected independently? What's the last used car you sold?
Contact the seller and let them know what you have found out than return the BB gun by mail
You should know what the best insurance rates are on the car you are thinking of buying and if you may want a car that costs less on insurance.
If you are buying a cell phone from Ebay you should be aware of any damages the phone may have. You should also check the rating of the seller so you do not get scammed.
Go to your local DMV with the seller in tow, and ask for a duplicate title. You may end up in a mess here as you should have never bought a car without the seller providing the title. You have no proof you even own the car unless the seller is honest. Filing for a storage lien is how you may proceed to acquire title without trying to get ahold of the seller in tow. Ask for the forms at the DMV.
You are buying a house, you must have a closing attorney. Why wouldn't you ask him this question? He needs to draft a contract.
There is no issue in buying a car from Ebay, as with any seller, it is buyer beware. Once finding the car you are interested in, you should physically inspect it and see it in person.
You will have to contact the seller you bought it from, or open a dispute with paypal if the payment method you used. You should do it right away.
Most cars sold by private parties are just fine, however you should always exercise common sense when buying from a private seller.
iPod TouchiPod touch is better than the Nano because it has every thing the Nano has and more. If you're thinking on buying a iPod buy an iPod Touch.
No, the seller is obligated to provide clean title. If the dealer has sold a stolen car, you should be able to get all of your money back.
If you get a motorcycle but the seller never sends you the title, you should contact the seller. If the seller still does not give you the title, you should take the seller to court. The seller is obligated to provide you with a valid title so that you can register the car.
You should have checked to see that it worked before buying the car. If you bought the car "as is" with no warranty then there is nothing you can do but repair it yourself.
If you signed an As Is agreement, the seller is not responsible. Try contacting the seller, he might be willing to work with you.
What is the 'true' market value? Why is the seller leaving? Am I close to local amenities? What is my target market? Is there sufficient demand? Does the investment stack financially? What is my return on investment? Who is living next door!!?
First of all, the website you're buying it from should either say the inches the horse is, or the size (traditional, classic, stablemate etc.). Then, if you want the inches you can research the inches of the size (traditional, classic, stablemate etc.) it is. If the website doesn't say either format of size you should contact the seller and find out the size.
You should contact the seller and explain to them that you are interested in purchasing the land. It is important to make an offer on the land in the letter so that they will know that you are serious.
Standard commission in the US is 3% to selling agent, 3% to listing agent. The seller pays the commission.
Then you should be writing to the retailer, not WikiAnswers. If you get no satisfaction from the seller, WikiAnswers is still the wrong place to go. Contact a lawyer.
If you are thinking about buying my husband some running accessories but I'm not sure what to get. What sort of things should I get him. I would go to your local dicks and ask.
You may be thinking of a contract FOR deed. These should be avoided due to complexity of the law, but it is when the seller keeps title to the property until the sales price is fully paid.
When you shop for a new car you should always ask the seller for a carfax to ensure you know exactly what you are buying. You should also know the book value of the car you are going to buy and also that there should only be about 12,000 miles on it a year.
It should be working within a couple of days. I am actually thinking of buying an X-Box because Microsoft has better security.
It depends on the seller you bought from. Domestic shipping should take 3-5 days. International would take longer. You may also have the option for expedited shipping. Always be sure to communicate with the seller if you need an item by a specific date.