I bought a car and has not worked since the day we signed papers. They tried to fix and is still not working. Can I sue the place that sold it to me ? And if so for what can I sue them for ?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Take a good look at the paperwork that came with the car. Chances are there's a document that says AS IS - NO WARRANTY.
If there isn't such a document, then you can sue these folks for breach of contract. A car that won't run is not a car.
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