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Unfortunately, generally, a signed written auto lease would be legally binding on both the buyer and the dealer, regardless of whether delivery of the vehicle has taken place and as long as the dealer is able and willing to perform under the lease and to deliver the vehicle as agreed, the lease would be legally binding, however, in many cases the dealership might be willing to negotiate with the buyer, if the buyer wants to purchase the car instead of the leasing and the best way to start, is to talk to the dealership general manager, if the salesman or his manager is unable to further look into changing the lease agreement to sales agreement.
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