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i signed a deal on a harley yesterday and changed my mind do

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i signed a deal on a harley yesterday and changed my mind do i have 3 days to back out

Dear XXXXX, My name isXXXXX am a licensed, practicing Attorney and would like to help,


Many people are under the misconception that there is a "3-day right of rescission", or "cooling off" period on all contracts. Unfortunately, that is the exception and not the rule. There is a 3-day right of rescission on refinancing transactions and on vacation timeshares. There are a few other exceptions, but there is no State which allows a right of rescission or "cooling off" period for buying vehicles (whether new or used) and that category would include motorcycles also.


I wish I could have given you the Answer you were hoping for and it would have given me great pleasure to do so, but I have an ethical obligation to give only correct Answers, so I am respectfully XXXXX XXXXX not to hold the law applicable to your situation against me,




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