A lease agreement.
you can not return a car with in any amount of time unless the sale was made away from the dealership i.e. at your house if there was fraudulent behavior you might point that out to the dealership thay may be willing to take it back in lue of a legal battle
There is no law in any US state that allows a person to return a car within three days. The three-day contract cancellation theory is largley misunderstood. There is such a thing, but it applies to very specific circumstances, such as door-to-door sales. When a person buys a car, he willfully and thoughtfully enters into a contract. Unless the seller specifically allows a certain return period, you own the car.
That would depend on the dealership at which youl made your purchase. The standard right of recision (right to change your mind) is three business days after a contract is signed. Of course, you could return your auto to the dealership, but they would consider it a used vehicle and, again, it would be their option to buy it from you or not.
Online, at a dealership, and from a private owner.
The three informations required in completing the tax return form shown on a person's payment summary are filing status and exemptions. The third thing may be your social security number.
No, The only way a vehicle can be returned to the dealership if it is explictitly written on the "we owe" paper, and signed by you and the finance manager. There is no 72 hour right of return clause on automobiles where I live. It is definitely a buyer beware market.
what three problems did the brother face after Pony return
A dealership. An auction. A private owner.