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Ok, I certainly understand the situation, but before providing options, I want to clarify your specific question. Are you just wondering whether they are required to take the vehicle back?
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So the best option for her to is to get some help from the Attorney Genera's office. If she clicks here, she can contact the GA Consumer Protection Unit and file a complaint with the dealership about the matter. Another option for her would be to consider filing a lawsuit based on fraud in the inducement. Fraud in the inducement is a specific type fo contract fraud. In these cases, the defendant uses deceit or trickery to cause the other party to act to their advantage.
Fraud in the inducement means two things:
if she hires an attorney that focuses on contracts (click here) she may be able to help herself get a) terms that are better for her or b) get them to take the car back.
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That's a very good question. I would wait on the complaint until after Tuesday. This way, you have even more ammunition if you file a complaint because you can say that you "tried to work this out informally and in good faith, but they did not comply." This will prevent the government saying that you should just go speak with them (because you already did). Did you have any follow up questions at all?
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