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i signed for a new car can i cancel

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i signed for a new car can i cancel

Did you purchased the car by attending the dealers place of business and signing the contract there?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.



Why do you want to return it?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

i havent got the car i sighed today and canceled we was getting it on the first of march

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

i havent got the car i sighed today and canceled we was getting it on the first of march the details were not on the cantract as explained to me


Thanks for your reply

I am afraid that I cannot see that you're going to be able to get out of this. If you signed for the contract at the premises of the car dealers then there is no cooling off implied into the contract automatically by the distance selling regulations.

If you have signed the contract away from the premises then you would be able to terminate the contract within 7 days. The only way that you will possibly be able to terminate the contract is if there is a fault with the car and the dealer cannot repair it. This would be under the sale of goods act. If the car is not satisfactory quality though you will not be able to t.

you may be able to informally negotiate with the dealer. However the dealer is not legally obliged 2 negotiate and will most likely seek to compel you to purchase the car. They may sue you if you do not proceed with the purchase

I am very sorry that I could not have better news for you but it is important that you realise the correct legal position that you find yourself in.

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