Corbin, KY asked in Consumer Law and Contracts for Kentucky

Q: If a dealer sold me an RV, that I have not taken possession of, and there is no title, do I have to take it? In Kentucky

The dealer has been less than transparent

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: In Kentucky, you are not obligated to take possession of an RV from a dealer if there is no title available. It is essential to ensure that all necessary paperwork, including the title, is in order before finalizing the purchase and taking possession of the vehicle. If the dealer has been less than transparent about the title status or any other aspect of the transaction, you may have grounds to cancel the purchase agreement and seek a refund of any money paid.

First, you should communicate with the dealer to express your concerns and request clarification on the title status and any other issues. If the dealer fails to address your concerns satisfactorily or refuses to provide the necessary documentation, you may need to consider legal options to protect your interests. Consulting with a legal professional who is knowledgeable about consumer protection laws in Kentucky can help you understand your rights and options for resolving the situation. Additionally, documenting all communications and transactions with the dealer can strengthen your case if legal action becomes necessary.

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