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June 2017 Archives

If the automobile dealer cancels/rescinds the sales contract, what will happen?

If your auto dealer calls you within the 10-day period after signing the vehicle sales contract, the dealer has most likely lawfully cancelled/rescinded your automobile sales contract. What should happen and what does happen is often very different. What should happen is you give back the car, and the dealer gives you back any down payment and/or trade-in vehicle that you provided at the time of the sale. Basically, when you return the car, you should be given back everything you gave the dealer.

Is Your Car Dealership Demanding That You Return The Vehicle That You Just Bought?

Unfortunately, it is all too common for the following scenario to occur: a consumer goes to an automobile dealership, finds a vehicle to purchase, signs the paperwork, provides the down payment, and drives off with the car. The consumer believes he or she just bought a car and the sale is complete, right? But, several days or weeks later the dealership calls the consumer and demands that he or she return the car.

What conditions make a California rental legally uninhabitable?

As someone who rents a California property, you have certain rights, and one of those involves the right to a habitable, livable space. Essentially, this means it must be fit to house human life and that it adheres to all building, energy and health codes designed to ensure safety and optimum health for the renting population.

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