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Im still unsure about how I would go about returning a car

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I'm still unsure about how I would go about returning a car to a private seller. The sale took place in Massachusetts where there is a Lemon Aid law. The car that was sold failed both emissions and safety. I'm returning the car but not sure if I'm allowed to leave it at the persons house even if they refuse to take it back. Do I leave it at their house and give them the keys, take the plates and sue for the money in the court? Or do I take the car with me and just document that return attempt was made.

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Hello and thank you for the question.

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You may drive it over and drop it off at seller's house

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where seller wont agree to a specific location and time otherwisw

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You should document efforts to reach agreement and to reach a time and place otherwise

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through e-mails or letters

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so there is a record thereof

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I trust that is clear and acceptable

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

So I am allowed by law to leave it at the seller's house where I initially got it even if he refuses to take it back?

That is exactly right. You may simply drop it off there and keep records of all communications and delivery.
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