The Seller is only responsible for Smog in California. If the Brakes and muffler repair/replacement was agreed to "in writing" he has entered into a "contract" to fix those items. It is incumbent on the purchaser (you) to have the car checked out" by a mechanic (CSAA offers this service to their membership) the $50 is well worth avoiding the later headaches. FYI a "starter and ignition" is not considered "major" work like Engine leaks or bad transmission.. Air compressors are $900(major)..charging the system or a Maintenance(not major).The advantage generally from buying from a "dealer" or used car lot is that you do have recourse and they check out their cars before they sell them.Good luck on your next purchase.
I am suspcious that, from what you say about the state of the vehicle, it was not sufficiently inspected when you purchased it, or you paid next to nothing for it. I would recommend that you take this as a lesson for next time. A test drive and a look under the hood should have tipped you off to these problems: Did the car start correctly when you drove it? Did you test the a/c to make sure it was cold? Did you look for leaks under the car and under the hood?
Depends on the private seller.
Did you not test drive it? You should have had it inspected by a mechanic prior to purchase.
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.
Extorting money from anyone sounds slightly criminal. When a buyer knows, from a reputable inspector, for example, that repairs are required to a property, the buyer can request that the seller consider that expense in the sale price. Neither the buyer nor the seller is obligated to move forward with the purchase if no agreement can be reached over repairs.
1. Get sales pricing on comparable house sales in the same area. 2. Get a home inspection and provide seller with costs for repairs (materials + labor) to negotiate seller having repairs done or reducing house price. If you can do repairs you can save labor $. 3. Be prequalified for mortgage so that seller knows you are seriuos.
Under the laws of most jurisdiction, the liability of the seller is to deliver the goods on time. Unless there are other arrangements, the contract could possibly be void.
No how can it be leagel
Yes and the Buyer can also walk.
You could buy one as a private sale, if you so wished, the same as a private seller can buy or sell a car. There are plenty of additional laws in place when it comes to operating them, but not so much in regards to transferring ownership of them.
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.
There are a number of good books. Stanley Complete Plumbing is a top seller.
In California it is the responsibility of the seller to provide verification of a current smog inspection before conducting a sales transfer of a vehicle. Without a smog certification from the seller you don't have a right to return the vehicle, but the seller is still responsible to pay for certification and any necessary repairs to pass California emission requirements.
The recovery of a vehicle by a private seller rather than by a lending institution such as a bank.
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you need bc
Yes you can if you have the receit
Not as a commercial business. As a private seller, no.
Without a legal contract it is "Buyer Beware" or "Sold as is".