Elkhart, IN asked in Contracts for Indiana

Q: Hi I have a question about speed leasing for Harley Davidson motorcycles?

Long story short I thought I was getting a loan turned out to be a speed lease I need to know if I let this Harley go back since it’s not a loan just a lease can they sue me? I was lied to by the dealership and the lease people said I could buy out of it for 12000 when I only paid 11000 to start with and I put 1000 down I just want out of this rip off place they want twice as much as it’s worth and at the end of 60 months they want 4300 to own it or they will take it back I just want to give them there property back and be done they will just sell it again and rip someone else off help please

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Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Answered

A: You will need to hire an Indiana lawyer to review the contract and see if anything can be done to allow you to get out of the contract.

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