CalAttorney2 : Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing just answer. I would like to assist you today.
CalAttorney2 : The loan agreement was signed between your husband and the dealership is controlling.
CalAttorney2 : Parties that have signed a written document part and just understood what they signed the time signing.
CalAttorney2 : The situation may however have some exceptions.
CalAttorney2 : If your husband was given an actual misrepresentation of the amount of the loan at the time of signing, That would be grounds for rescission of the loan.
I don't believe he was given a misrepresentation of the amount of the loan.
CalAttorney2 : The dealers factual representations Would likely a controlling the situation over FinePrint on a loan document (but remember this is an exception to the primary rule above)
CalAttorney2 : Did your son-in-law give a reason for the dealer to unwind this agreement?
CalAttorney2 : It makes good business sense but I'm not sure that there's legal grounds (Unwinding these contracts. Is very difficult)
Did you get my reply?
CalAttorney2 : i do not believe so.
CalAttorney2 : If you would resend it I would appreciate it (if we have problems with this format I can switch us over to our "q&a" function, some browsers have compatibility issues with our chat function.
I'm not able to see your replies. can we switch to a different format?
Our son-in-law has not made a payment to us for the length of the loan and we are now trying to sell it.
Did you get my request to try a different format? I don't believe I'm receiving your replies.