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A guy wants to sell his car...

Koing

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A guy wants to sell his car. He takes a deposit and then later gets cold feet. He has a verbal agreement/ receipt for selling it (not 100% sure on receipt) but now wants to back out. He offers £100 but the buyer wants his car that he has put his deposit down.

He and others gets ideas to vandalise the car or do something so that the buyer doesn't want it.

What do you guys think?

http://www.bm3w.co.uk/ubbthreads/showfl...mber=434228&an=0&page=0&gonew=1#UNREAD

Koing
 

Baked

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Don't agree to something if you don't plan on following it through. How old is this guy? 16?
 

DougK62

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It's a private party sale. The buyer should be thankful that the seller is offering some bucks to make it right.

 

Zenmervolt

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Unless the deposit came with a written guarantee to deliver the vehicle, he is not in any way obligated to sell it. A verbal contract is essentially un-enforceable.

He does, however, have to give the deposit back.

EDIT: To be clear, this is US law, not UK law that I'm using as my basis.

ZV
 

Koing

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Originally posted by: Baked
Don't agree to something if you don't plan on following it through. How old is this guy? 16?
Indeed.

Those M3 guys suggesting 'bad things' to do to the cars are the biggest bunch of d!cks ever.

I'd be pissed off if this clown did something like this to me. What a bunch of jokers.

Koing
 

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