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Yes, but the buyer must be informed.
There is no way to know how much it is worth. Lets look at it this way it is worth however much the buyer is will to pay for it.
He is called a franchisee.
One can purchase a 1970 Chevelle SS from a classic car dealer. Most used car dealers don't sell cars from as far back as 1970, so the buyer should go to one who specializes in classic cars.
Such a buyer is called a speculative buyer.
Whatever a buyer is willing to pay that would be acceptable to the seller.
Value is what an informed and reasonable buyer is willing to pay, and what an unforced and unstressed seller is willing to take in exchange for a thing.
a market with one buyer and one seller is called bilateral monopoly.
The buyer who purchases and takes ownership of another company's accounts receivable is called a factor.
Not all consumers are informed with info before they buy. Hence the word impulse buyer.
Yes you can sell these types of cars to First cash for car
They can if it's written somewhere, such as your contract or in a place where a buyer would be reasonably able to see it.
actual buyer is that which is actual buyer and potential buyer is that which is potential buyer..............
No! The 72 hours is called "Buyer remorse" time frame. It prevents people from buying on a whim and regretting it. It's set up for you the buyer.
A potential buyer is a potential customer. With that said, every effort should be made to the potential seller to accommodate the customer.
The co-buyer should contact the LENDER and ask to have the buyer removed from the loan. Nothing can be done legally without the LENDERS approval.
Market with one buyer and and one seller is called bilateral monopsony
BMW OEM Parts buyer
The buyer pays.