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If they have breached their contract with you or they misrepresented the terms of your deal in the contract, then this is a breach of contract for which you have 5 years in VA to sue them over. If the dealer made material misrepresentations in your contract then this is a breach of contract and you need to start by sending them a letter informing them of the exact breaches and misrepresentations they committed and inform them that if they do not remedy the situation you will file a complaint with the Motor Vehicles Dealer Licensing Division and also the Attorney General's consumer protection unit for their unfair and deceptive business practices and misrepresentation. If they refuse to settle the matter at that point, then you can file your complaints and if the Dealer Licensing Division or Attorney General cannot resolve the matter, then you would have rights to sue for breach of contract and misrepresentation.
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