Good evening...If your contract provided for a cancellation right and you have an electronic tracking receipt that shows the letter was received by seller within the deadline period, you have the right to cancel this contract, rescind the deal, receive your down payment back, and to be relieved of any continuing obligation. I would send them a certified, return receipt requested, letter stating those facts and demand they return your deposit, cancel the contract, and release you from any further obligations with regard to this transaction within a short specified period of time. Tell them if they do not timely comply, you will have no choice but to file suit to avail yourself of any and all equitable and legal remedies available to you, including a claim under the applicable deceptive trade practices
act. Then, if they do not timely comply, file your suit.
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