Limited Right to Cancel section By signing below sets all of the agreements of Lessor and You for the lease of the vehicle. "Limited Right To Cancel" will apply. The limited right to cancel this lease will end when holder purchases this lease or within 45 daysa, whichever occurs first.There is no other agreement. An
Limited Right To Cancel
By signing below sets all of the agreements of Lessor and You for the Lease of the Vehicle. "Limited Right To Cancel will apply. The limited right to cancel this lease will end when holder purchases this lease or within 45 days, whichever occurs first.
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"You understand that Lessor is delivering the Vehicle to You on the date this lease is signed even though the Holder mat still need to verify Your credit and purchase this lease. You agree that Holder has the number of dyas stated on the front of this lease to pay Lessor for it. If Holder will not accept contract this contract on terms acceptable to the Lessor within the number of days stated on the front of this lease, either you or leaseor may cancel this lease.
Lessor will notify You if Lessor elects to cancel the lease under this section. Upon receipt of this notice, You must immediately retrun Vehicle To Lessor in the same condition as You leased it except for reasonable wear and tear. ... goes on about the condition.
The terms of this lease are in full force while the Vehicle is in Your possession.
Nothing in this section gives You ther right to cancel this lease for reasons Unrelated to Lessor's sale of this lease. The terms of this liumited right to cancel will survive cancellation of this issue.
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