Right up to the point where you signed the contract.
If it is a used vehicle and the contract states that you bought it "as is", you can not return the vehicle. Unless you were somehow misled as to the deal, the vehicle, or the contract, and can prove it, you can not return the vehicle.
depends on your contract agreement and if it was under warranty. most likely you can return it if you talk to the dealer.
Point of know Return by Kansas
You cannot return a car after you have signed the contract to purchase. The buyers remorse law does not apply to the sale of a vehicle in any state.
You cannot return the car. The Buyer's Remorse law does not apply to vehicles. It only applies to unsolicited sales.
It depends on the laws in your jurisdiction, the terms of your purchase contract, and how long you've had the car. Generally, you cannot return your car without a valid reason.
i think it is about 3 years so he might return to wwe in 2012.
form_title= Employee Contract form_header= Create a well written and widely used employee contract. Would you like to create a long term or short term contact?*= () Long Term () Short Term () Both Have you ever created a short term contract?*= () Yes () No Is the contract for permeant or temporary employment?*= () Temporary () Permanent () Both
Yes End Of 2009 But Isn't Going To Be A Long Running Contract, Maybe A Match Or Two.
You get them by digging in the underground. It looks like a long smooth rock.
He returned not long ago to wish the rock a happy birthday
If there was a mistake on the dealers part they can't force you to sign a new contract. However, if you have had the car for very long they may be able to charge you for the use of the car.
The state of Washington allows the buyer of a used car 72 hours to return it. Most contracts allow a 72 hour evaluation. A bill of sale is considered a contract.
You will be forced to return the car if the financing did not go through. Depending on how long you have had the car, how many miles you have put on it, and what your contract says, you may have to pay a small amount for its use.
A contract is valid for as long a period as it may be written for. Contracts specify how long they are to run.
Unless there's a defect with the new car or a defect in the used car that was purported to be working fine, you can't return a car. The purchase of a car is a contract agreement and is legallly binding. Unless the seller breached the contract by failure to disclose serious problems, you own the car.
If the contract has no expiration date then the contract continues till the breach of contract.
Assuming you signed a contract, bought the car and there's no major defect, you can't return it to the dealership. There's no buyer's remorse law that applies to cars. It was assumed by the law that you, a reasonably intelligent adult, knowingly entered into a contract understanding its terms and conditions. Unless the car is a lemon, its yours.
The duration of A Long Return is 1.93 hours.
I have belief one is like, 79:52. I couldn't hang that long.
forevera contract is usually for three years
longterm contract in supplier partnership
You can enter into a legally binding contract as a minor, and without parental consent. The upshot is, that as a minor you may freely dissolve the contract as long as it's fully dissolved. So you could not hire an item, then claim the contract is void and keep the item. You would still have to return whatever you rented.
If you mean longterm contacts: no. They both may show up on a random show, but not for long. NO the Rock will return for the millions (and millions) and millions of the rocks fans chanting his name rocky rocky rocky and that's the bottom line because the pimpohalic said so