I took a 2013 toyota Tacoma to midas, a car I am still paying from a dealer, Oct. 20 2016; however, on Dec 20 2016 the filter piped and all the motor oil spilled. We decided to go to Walmart buy a 5 letter bottle of motor oil and a new filter. Came back to the car put the oil and then new filter... Read more »
The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me on my law practice website. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make any predictions, guarantees, or warranties; or create any...Read more »
Bought car from the dealer cash in Sacramento that same day we got to galt and we noticed that once you he car was warmed up the car would slip a gear took it to a shop and was told that it was the transmission that needs to be replaced total cost is 4,200 to fix . Is there anything I can do to get... Read more »
If you bought the car as-is, that means there are no warranties, and the burden is on you to inspect the car prior to purchase. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me on my law practice website. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make...Read more »
I recently noticed that my car statement payments do not lower so I did some research and apparently I owe more then the actual car is worth to this day, I have tried to contact the dealer through email; phone and haven't gotten reasonable assistance to this matter, I was wondering if there was... Read more »
The purchase price in the contract that you signed is the amount that a person agrees to pay, barring fraud or other defenses to a contract. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me on my law practice website. This answer does not constitute legal...Read more »
We bought a NISSAN ROGUE 2012 from a Virginia dealership, after the prescribed 18 months for Lemon cars in Virginia, this vehicle had 3 major issues involving major and critical parts. I feel that the parts NISSAN used to build this particular vehicle were inferior or defective and NISSAN should... Read more »
Magnuson Moss is a federal law, but you sound like you've checked this out and it may use a state statute of limitations.Most states use the UCC 4 year statute of limitations. However that runs from when your purchased it. I assume a) you spoke with an attorney b) that attorney handled "Lemon law "...Read more »
We paid for inspections and were told we need few things fixed $2-3 K roughly, we were gonna ask for credit but a few days later our Realtor tells us we cant and seller wants us sign BUY AS IS because we missed a closing due date, we were not told by anyone there was a due date whatever its called.... Read more »
If you are represented by a real estate agent, then speak with the agent's broker. See if you can ask for an extension of time to review the repairs. When there are repairs to make, the buyer has the option to (1) ask for a credit from the seller to make the repairs; (2) buy the property with the...Read more »
When choosing an attorney for this legal issue consider: specialization, experience, results, character, compatibility. You want an attorney with a verdict or two in a sexual harassment case because the defense counsel will do a background check and even make calls to other defense attorneys who...Read more »
x-girlfriend has been delinquent for 2 years, 1 year remaining on lease. Car has been stolen, retrieved and wrecked. I want to have the car towed and take possession to begin to honor lease and make repairs. Would I be breaking any laws?
If it's a new car and should be under warranty. In that case, you have to give them a chance to repair the vehicle. If they can't fix the problem after a reasonable number of attempts to repair it, then you can get a new car from the manufacturer. After you've taken it in for repairs 4 times for...Read more »
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