We sold a 2004 Ford F150 with 218k miles. My husband is a mechanic
We sold a 2004 Ford F150 with 218k miles. My husband is a mechanic and disclosed every repair ever made to the truck. We only sold so that we could buy a larger truck to pull our camper. We priced our Ford well below KBB value. It's been 2 weeks. The new owner has a list of repairs he wants done (including brakes) and wither wants us rJA: The Consumer Protection Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: To pay, or give money back. What should we do?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Consumer Protection Lawyer should know?Customer: We used the money to buy a larger truck.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Consumer Protection Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Just wrapping up a $150K remodel ( 3/4 Insurance damage
Just wrapping up a $150K remodel ( 3/4 Insurance damage covered and 1/4 "owner additions" - all with one insurance approved Prime contractor in PA. Negotiating the final payment is proving contentious it is contingent upon Owner (me) fully understanding what terms conditions of what my warranty will include.Initially in July 2014 our Insurance said "all approved Vendors (their GCs) will provide a five year warranty". We signed a contract with a GC using Insurance language - and specifying a five year warranty. Now as we are in Final payment phase for appx $25,000, and its becoming a little contentious, there is miss information, denial and questions about, terms and conditions and transferability should we sell. Since late September 2015 I have said no payment, no 30 day clock, until I see a proper final bill , to include the warranty document, they so "no document" until they receive Final Payment. The home has all new interior: HVAC, Flooring, Kitchen ,Baths, Walls, Paint, select new windows and doors. It also includes code upgrades for electrical system, waste water and water supply and structural upgradesto select flooring supports in three areas.
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I purchased a car from a individual. The only thing he told
I purchased a car from a individual. The only thing he told us was wrong was the AC. I have not made my first payment and the bolt through the harmonic balancer in the crankshaft came out while I was driving. I was able to get stopped and off the road. We had a machinist look at the bolt. He says the bolt was sawed off. The owner or his mechanic used Heli coil in the crankshaft and then the sawed off bolt. all mechanics say you do not use heli coil in a automobile. So I maybe had a inch of a bolt in my crankshaft. I maybe looking at a new engine. I could have been in a serious accident had i been going at a higher rate of speed when I lost all steering and brake power. am Would I have a case against the person I purchased from being that he altered the engine bolt.? All I would like is for him to buy the car back or fix my car the correct way.
I have a 2010 mercedes E 350 that i purchased in 2012 from
i have a 2010 mercedes E 350 that i purchased in 2012 from the local mercedes dealer. last month I noticed that the burl wood interior trim has faded, even though my car has alway been in covered parking. My 2001 Jaguar, has burl wood interior trim that is still in excellent condition and has no indication of being faded. The salesman who sold me the car stated that they had replaced the burl wood interior for some of their other cars, but it may be too late for them to consider replacing mine. Can the faded burl wood interior of my vehicle be consided a latent defect?
I had 2 walls constructed in 2010, by a licensed contractor,
I had 2 walls constructed in 2010, by a licensed contractor, now I find out he didn't get permits for the job, I'm in yuma Arizona, the local bldg. dept. says that the walls, are illegal where they are situated, the builder says he will fix the problem, but is not doing anything, the bldg. dept. won't wait and has issued me a violation, what recourse do I have?
Wednesday morning 12/31/14, I purchased a 2005 Bentley
Wednesday morning 12/31/14, I purchased a 2005 Bentley Arnage automobile from Domani Motors in Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441, for $50,000. That same afternoon, on my way down the Florida turnpike, toward my home in Homestead, Florida 33032, the car overheated and stopped, with smoke coming out of the engine compartment. Do I have any recourse, under the Florida lemon law or any other law/regulation, to have Domani Motors pay for repairs/damages to the vehicle? Any other suggestions, apart from discussing this with Domani Motors? Jonathan Goodrich at *****@******.***
Maine law, I am being sued for a full refund on a jetski
Maine law,I am being sued for a full refund on a jetski I sold. Customer purchased it and I did give them a written warranty and offered an extended warranty they could purchase. They declined on the extended warranty. 30 days after warranty ran out custom broke machine and are now suing me for a full refund. They have hired a lawyer and there lawyer says the warranty doesn't mean anything because the customer says they only used it for 8 hours. The warranty states they have one day to test out machine and if there is a problem I will take car of it. There lawyer says because they say they only used it 8 hours in the month that's still covered under the warranty. I'd like some advise on how to handle this in court. Also can they add money to a final judgement that was not included in the judgement? Again there lawyer says that if I don't settle and they win they can add any fees they want even though there not included in the judgement.
In Wisconsin are there laws protecting a buyer of a "lemom"
In Wisconsin are there laws protecting a buyer of a "lemom" used car. I could only find protection for new cars. I bought my son a used Mustang. Three days after purchase it began running rough. The catalytic converter is bad. This car comes from California and has four of those things. My mechanic said $1,400 to fix and advised me going to the Ford dealer. The used car dealer offered to fix for the cost of parts: $800!Do I have any way to maker the dealer fix at no cost to me?Added insult, we need to have the car inspected. I thought that would have been done before plates were issued. After spending $800 what if the mandatory inspection turns up other costly items.This was a long overdue graduation present turned into nightmare!
I bought a used car from a used car dealership a week ago.
I bought a used car from a used car dealership a week ago. Stupidly, I did not have it inspected because they had a garage and said advertised they did a 72 point inspection. A day after I bought it, I had a check engine light. I waited a week to get it checked and found there were many things wrong with the car. The estimate I received was $2,300.00. Do I have any recourse or is this just a case of buyer beware?