Good morning from Savannah,
I'm sorry to hear of your dilemma.
I'm positive that before they handed the boat over you, in addition to taking your down payment on the credit cards, you signed a sales agreement---regardless of what the title
of the document may be, obligating you to buy the boat.
Presuming that you financed it through them, they could not likely have gotten approved financing yesterday, and while if they press the issue they can successfully sue you for breach of contract
, they are unlikely to do so at this point in time. You may escape unscathed this time.
The as-is clause meant that you took the boat subject to ALL potential problems and received no warranty. Even if they repair the problem and you make the deal---again---you can bet that you will get no more help from them in the future after you stopped the credit cards.
Consider going elsewhere for a boat, and spend the money to get a secondary market warranty if the boat dealer wont give you one----before you take the boat out of the marina.
I wish you the best in 2011.
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