When a gun is bought from a dealer is it registerd?
Generally speaking, no. A few states, 5 or 6, require gun registration, but in most of the U.S. there is no registration. The 4473 form you fill out stays at the gun shop for 20 years, then after that, the gun shop can shred and dispose of the forms, but that isn't the same thing as having to register the gun.
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Depends. If you just didn't like the color, you're out of luck. If the problems with it are relatively minor, and it was an "as is" buy, you are in for an uphill battle. But if you only got fifty miles out of it and now it won't go, you have a legit gripe. Most states have "lemon laws" or something …similar regarding inferior products. The first thing I'd do is just make nice with the seller and just explain what happened. Failing that, it depends on how willing you are to fight. I even knew a guy once that got a picket permit from city hall, painted a big lemon on the side of his jalop, and parked it in front of the dealership. Worked too, got his money back. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt varies state to state. Here in OH the dealership has 45 days to provide you with a clear title.
Can I Return It . Nope. Once you sign that contract and drive the car home IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Unless the car is covered under warranty, a return is disclosed in the contract (meaning you have it in WRITING that the car can be returned based upon certain factors), or some other stipulati…on is stated on the bill of sale, it is on YOU. Your only other real option is if you feel the dealer committed some kind of fraud, such as mileage or undisclosed major body work. ( Full Answer )
a dealer should have a bond. The coverage on the vehicle is like having a liability policy. If the dealer was driving the car and had an at fault accident, he will have to pay for repairs on his vehicle and the bond will cover the other persons car. Once you buy a car from a dealer, you are responsi…ble for purchasing insurance for the vehicle, the dealer is no longer liable. In fact, the dealer should require that you have insurance before you drive the vehicle off the lot. ( Full Answer )
Armory Gun Co is the trade name used by H&D Folsom Arms Co on Shotguns. Later sold to Savage Arms around 1930.
You bought a car from a dealer he did not disclose that the car has a salvage title is there any recorse?
check your state laws . Not all states require a salvage title. Any recourse would have to be determined by the laws of the state in which you currently reside. If your state does require a salvage title, then the dealer is responsible for making sure you have that information. A lot of dealer…s buy vehicles from auction houses around the country and they may have gotten a vehicle that they didn't know that information or the state where it was purchased didn't require a salvage title. So you will need to look at your state laws and also the total history of the vehicle to see what laws apply. ( Full Answer )
No. Well, you can , but they're not legally required toallow you to, and if they say no then too bad for you. In every state in the US, once you sign the contract, that's prettymuch it. You don't have a day or two days or three days to changeyour mind and decide you don't want the car and the deal…er has totake it back and give you your money back. There are a few exceptions in weird special cases, but youshouldn't count on them unless one of two things is true: . You bought the car and signed the contract somewhere other thanat the dealership. . Your contract contains a clause that specifically says you canreturn the car and cancel the contract. Many states also have "Lemon Laws". These are a bit different; youcan't just take a car back and say it's a lemon... the dealer mustbe given several (usually 2 to 4, possibly depending on whetherit's a safety issue or not) attempts to fix the defect (at thedealer's expense) first. ( Full Answer )
In most cases, you will not need to register your car, the dealerwill do it for you. You need to ask as each dealer is different.
A person cannot return a car bought at a Wisconsin dealershipwithin 30 days and ask for a refund. There is a designated processto go through to resolve issues with purchased vehicles inWisconsin. Under the Lemon Laws for the state of Wisconsin there isa form called an MV2338 that must be filed with …the state after thedealer is informed of a problem. ( Full Answer )
Is there something wrong with the car?. Every State differs. http://www.carlemon.com. but every State does have a Lemon Law. Location . Lemon Law Coverage . Repair Interval and Coverage Period . All States Consumers everywhere are protected by the Federal Lemon Law which applies to all consu…mer products, including automoblile, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, boats, and all other ordinary consumer products including computers and household appliances. 3 to 4 repairs for the same problem, or 6 to 8 repairs to the entire product during the warranty period. Warranty period + up to 4 additional years. ( Full Answer )
When you find out..I would love to know. I bought a vehicle in Phoenix from Chapman. They didn't disclose it had been wrecked . They bought it back...but I lost sales tax. They wouldn't unwind the deal...I live in TX.
If you bought a used car three days ago and find out it is not what the dealer claimed it to be what can you do?
Some states have the "Lemon Law" where the consumer can return a car no questions asked as long as it's within three (3) days. After those days have passed, you will need to consult professional legal advice as to what recourse, if any, you may have.
Did you get or see a title when you purchased the car? If the dealer knowingly sold you a salvage vehicle without full disclosure, ask for a refund or threaten legal action. It's illegal not to disclose such info. This is not the case for a private seller.
no never! it will only cost you even more money that a regualr mechanic shop unless it is under warranty or you do the work yourself
Try Knob Creek. The annual Knob Creek Machine Gun shoot in Kentucky is likely the largest show of full suto firearms.
as long as the state laws are the same about possesion of weapons and you have permits. especially if you carry it concealed
1. There are currently 140,000 registered firearms sellers in theUnited States (source: Arming America, Origins of a National GunCulture) The statistic information above should be explained further.According ATF publication "Firearms Commerce in the United States:Annual Statistical Update 2014", the…re were a total of 139,244Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) in fiscal year 2013. This numberhas been steadily climbing since 1996. However, the number oflicensees peaked in 1992 with 284,117. Furthermore, the term "seller" is not accurate. The number citedincludes licensees who are not considered "sellers" of firearms;collectors of firearms and manufacturers of ammunition. The statewith the largest number of FFLs is Texas, with about 10,500 FFLs asof fiscal year 2013. ( Full Answer )
you will need to find out if the store is still in business or contact the police if he registered it.
If selling the gun is banned, then buying it before the ban is no problem. If owning the gun is banned then it does not matter when you bought it.
What if indeed? WalMart has been among the largest retailers of firearms in the US. Their sales of firearms must comply with Federal and State law, just as any licensed dealer must comply. If buying a firearm, you must complete the Federal form 4473, the seller requires you to provide proof of ident…ity and age, and conducts a criminal background check by phone. All are required by Federal law, whether buying a gun from a local gunshop, or WalMart. ( Full Answer )
Define "registered" and with who, Fed, State, City? If the current owner has a firearm which was purchased from FFL holder (typically a store) it's "registered" with the Feds. IF a private owner did the call when they sold it to the current owner it's "registered" with the Feds. Depending on what… state you live in the requirements for private transfer are different and how long records (if any) need to be kept. For example is some states if the original owner purchased from a store and then sells he must keep a record for 10 years so a firearm by law should be traceable for 10 years plus the time they owned it. If after 10 years he takes the paperwork and starts the fireplace like all good freedom loving people do, then the "registration" is lost. Of course for private sales it's only as good as the record keeping and what is required. If you state or city requires this or if you have a conceiled carry permit and they require to know what your have?? ( Full Answer )
All of them used in a crime were bought at least once. The exception would be if they were stolen before being legally sold to a store/jobber.
In the US, no, but, the paperwork is kept and eventually goes to the BATFE. By law, they are not allowed to compile lists.. In other areas, registration may be required on the sale of the weapon (so that they can be tracked) and in others only specific groups or types of weapon need to be registere…d. ( Full Answer )
A class 3 dealer is a gun dealer that can sell short rifles, short shotguns, machine guns, and surpressors. Some states don't allow some of those things, but most states do.
In the UK, if the vehicle is not fit for the road, the dealer can be fined and even have his licence to trade withdrawn. In most cases the dealer, if he was unaware of the defect, will repair it. However there may be clauses in the contract specifying what he is liable for. So it is a case of cave…at emptor. ( Full Answer )
ONLY ATF has that answer. . If you have a good buddy who is a cop, he can look up if it's Stolen or not. That's about it.
While some states DO have state requirements, you would start with the Federal government- the BATFE, since under Federal law, all gun dealers must hold a license issued by that agency. You will also need a business license, meet zoning requirements, etc, for that to be issued.
Look on the weapon. If this is an instance of a stolen firearm, and you need the serial number for reporting, there are a couple different ways you might be able to find it. If you have a case the firearm came with (particularly with handguns), the number could be on a tag on the case. If you reme…mber when and where you bought it, the shop you bought it from should be able to pull up those records. ( Full Answer )
Depends on where you are. In MOST of the US, there is no requirement for registration of common firearms. The dealer must maintain a record of sales, but there is no "registration" per se.
5 weeks It will vary depending on where you are at. Kansas says 30 days.
In almost every situation when a car or other TITLED objected transfers owners where a 'transaction' has been made, there is a sales tax to be paid by the purchaser in most cases depending on the 'deal' you've set up. It is NOT the seller's responsibility as far as I've ever seen in my life. But in… not every case does one sell a car either. There are "Arms Length Sales" made where a family member gives something to another. I am pretty sure it must be a family member but NOT 100%. Also, when a family member you can give up to, at least in the state of Ohio, consult you local library or do a search online for your state and find out what the amount of a 'gift' you can give to someone. It's best not to fudge with this amount even though sometimes you want to do someone a solid and help out, you have to make sure when you DO sell the car, you don't lowball (too much), the price you sold for as it does need to somewhat conform with what might be considered the 'fair market value' of the car or object in question. In short. The buyer almost always has to pay sales tax when the transfer of title goes through in your transaction. Good Care! ( Full Answer )
You would have to be a little more specific. If you purchased a long rifle from him while you were in Wisconsin, any sort of receipt of sale will suffice. If you purchased a handgun, NFA weapon, or did not actually go to Wisconsin (bought it online, for example), then you need to find an FFL licence…d dealer to receive the firearm for you. Your dealer will charge a receiving fee (usually between $20 - $40), and a copy of their FFL will have to be sent to the seller. The seller will then ship it to your FFL (Type 1 or Type 2 only) dealer, and you will fill out the BATFE Form 4473 at the dealer's when you go to pick up your firearm. ( Full Answer )
A dealer at a gun show is a licenced FFL dealer, the same as any dealer who owns a gun shop with a store front.
I believe it was from a drop doing a special limited time only job. An old event summary is in related links. The weapon can now be gotten as an operations item, with an uncommon drop rate which is favourable to the rare drop rate for the highest items.
He's probably got it waiting at the local police station for you. Just go in there and tell them you're there to pick it up.
In the US, firearms weren't required to have serial numbers until 1968. A gun before then is grandfathered in. They may not, however, receive or sell a firearm with the serial number removed (whether it was made before or after 1968).
NFA tax stamped short-barreled rifles/shotguns and full auto weapons are registered in the course of the licencing process. Normal Category I firearms (semi auto, bolt action, lever action, single shot, etc.) firearms are not, and, in most states, are not required to be registered.
depends on where you are. In most of the US there is no registration of firearms.
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It depends from where it was bought. Private: Unfortunately you have very few rights when buying privately. The adage 'Let the buyer Beware' is key on a private purchase. You need to to take along someone who knows what they are doing to check out the mechanics. You should also spend some mone…y on a finance/insurance write off check with companies such as HPI. If the vehicle subsequently turns out to be stolen etc you will be covered by their warrantees. Dealers: When buying a car from a dealer you are covered by the very extensive consumer laws and trading standards organisations. But you usually can't return it just because you changed your mind. A very large number of people seem to think there's a "cooling off period" for buying cars, but this is actually NOT true, at least not in any state in the US. A few states do require the seller of a used car to offer a contract cancellation option, but this is an option to the contract and they are allowed to charge extra if you choose to take the option; it's not just automatically in there (they're also usually allowed to charge you again if you exercise it). This may only apply if the car costs less than a certain amount ... in California, for example, dealers are only legally required to offer the option if the used car costs less than $40,000. When buying a used car it is best to do your homework beforehand. ( Full Answer )
From a previous question, I understand that you are concerned that a gun you purchased may have been used in a crime. First, buying a gun at a gun show really has no greater chance of that being so than buying a gun at a dealer's shop, or buying one from a local private seller. You had asked about r…egistration- in MOST of the US, there IS no registration of ordinary rifles, pistol, and shotguns. There is also no way of knowing if a random gun was used in a crime. If you are concerned with a firearm having been stolen, contact your local police department, and ask if they will check your guns serial number against the computer listing of stolen property. They will usually want to have possession of the firearm when they do that. ( Full Answer )
If no lender will approve a car loan, then continue riding the bus or car pooling while you establish a credit record. Establishing your credit history puts you in control.
No practical way to do this. If the seller was a dealer, and you filled out paperwork at the show, you may be able to go to the dealer and have them check their records. If you do not know who the dealer was, no way.
Gun dealers do not register ANY gun sales with the Federal Government (with the exception of machine guns, etc). They must maintain a record of all firearms sales at their place of business for 20 years. New & used guns both.
No, the buyers remorse laws do not apply to the purchase of anyvehicle new or used in any state. You bought the car and you ownthe car.
No, the buyers remorse laws do not apply to the purchase of anyvehicle new or used in any state. You bought the car and you ownthe car.
Tape guns can be bought through multiple locations online at different cost. One of the most common places to buy them is through Amazon and the Home Depot website.
There are many sites in the internet where you can legally buy or bid on firearms. Most of these sites are for adquiring personal protection firearms or for hunting and can vary in prices and avalability. Some of these sites are The Gun Dealer site, The Buds Gun Shop site, Full Aventura (Spanish), …Parros Site, The Bass Pro site, Dan-D-Ridge Outfitters site and many others. You can also sell or buy from Ebay and Amazon. The principal countries who participate in such sellings are Canada, Southamerican countries and other ountries outside US. It is very important to check out the reviews and legal information of these sites before buying. ( Full Answer )
Most of the US does not have gun registration. Where there IS registration, that information is not available to the public. Most of the US does not have gun registration. In areas that do, that information is not available to the public.
Depends on where you are. Despite common belief, in MOST of the US, there are NO guns registered to you, since there is no registration of ordinary firearms. A Dealer must maintain a record of any gun sold for a period of 20 years. Those records are retained at the shop.