I live in Virginia and went to a Mercedes Benz dealership and put a deposit down for a car but did not sign any papers and no bill of sale. It was only a verbal agreement. Car was being transported from Virginia beach because they were doing a dealer swap. I did not feel like I got a good deal on the car so I called back the very next day and canceled the deal. The dealership is making me pay for the transportation fee because the car was already on its way to their dealership from the other dealership. Am I liable for this fee when there was no bill of sale and nothing at all signed?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Would seem to depend upon whether there was anything in
this oral agreement which may have made you responsible
for the cost of this vehicle's transport from Virginia Beach to Nova(my opinion).
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