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Old 03-06-2013, 07:15 AM   #4
Jack
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Join Date: Dec 2001
Chapter/Region: NESIC
Location: Hopkinton, MA
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2007 Lotus Elise
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Originally Posted by Uncle Scotty View Post
just write 'vehicle sold as is, no warranty expressed or implied' on the bill of sale with all your info and the buyers info and the price.....make and keep a coopy and ya done....get it notarized if ya skeerd
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Originally Posted by its byron View Post
yeap dude is spot on.
Clearly, you guys don't live in Massachusetts. If you did, I'd have to call both of you morons. Mass has one of the stongest Lemon law/warantee laws in the US. Our DMV (called RMV here) specifically says what the used car warantee is, what it covers, the time period, what to do if a car fails inspection and how to return a car that a seller refuses to take back. They also specifically say that the words "as is" mean absolutely nothing. Yes, this applies to private parties and yes it applies to used cars. There are no STis that are old enough to be exempt. There is a mileage exemption, so if you have a bazillion miles on it, you could be exempt.

If you want to protect yourself, get the car inspected tomorrow. A record of a passing test would help your case if he has to return it.

As an ease on your mind, I had someone want to return a car once. They decided that they could not afford it and so tried to say that all kinds of things were wrong. He did not fail inspection......so he had nothing to stand on.

This is all on the MassDot RMV site.
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