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Florida recognizes a three day right of rescission. But in general, in only applies to contracts NOT made at the seller's place of business such as if you entered into an agreement signed in your home for a new roof. The following is a very good explanation of the law:
Accordingly, if cannot cancel unless the seller is kind enough to let you out. if he won't I suggest you offer sometime of monetary consideration so that both sides get something- you get out of the deal and he puts something in his pocket. If he still say no, I am sorry to inform you that he can enforce the contract.
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