I have been searching for a new car, and received an email offer for a vehicle I'm interested in. I immediately accepted the offer, and now the car salesman saying it was in error. This is not a private sale - it's though a dealership. There were no disclaimers on his email indicating this was not a legitimate offer - is an email a binding legal document? Is he bound to sell the vehicle at the offer he originally provided?
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Quite likely if the terms are met to form a contract. Contact me to discuss.
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