I joined the auction which was near my town - looked at the watch before the auction- it looked very nice to me and I thought this was a good buy - untill I got it valuated.
The difference is so enormous - Nok 70.000 contra NOK 2000-2.500.
Even valued in 1997 - such a difference is not acceptable.
The Buyers law is for auctions as well.
But what do you think of this?
I see this is too special for you to answer - because our lawes are may different.
This is question for a norvegian laywer but since I have some credit in Justanwer - I just tried.
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