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It cannot even be voided before payment was tendered. Once you have a contract, both sides are bound by the contract, and it can only be voided with mutual agreement (there are exceptions like contracts involving minors). (The payment is obviously very good evidence that both sides agreed to the contract. If you hand over the money and the dealer accepts it,...


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Illegal (breach of contract). They are legally bound to hand to you the car. You owe them the money (you do now again as they refunded it). This is the case since the moment you agreed on a negotiated price, not even since you actually paid. Talk to them and let them know you are going to get a lawyer to apply for a court order to enforce the sale, in ...


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Force Majeure An event like the current Covid-19 event is what is known as a force majeure event; a Latin term meaning "superior force". It refers to an event that is beyond the control of the parties to a contract such as war, civil disturbance, acts of God and disease. Common law jurisdictions In common law jurisdictions (most of the English-speaking ...


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the owner, he told me he was cancelling my contract, can he do that without providing a reason? It depends on how long ago the contract was entered. The clause entitles either party to suspend it (and, impliedly, bring to an end to it) anytime upon the expiration of the initial period of one year ("shall continue thereafter until suspended by either part"). ...


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The pest contractor probably wants to keep your money because they are unethical and see it as free. As such, they are quoting legal terms they don't understand to hope you go away. Clearly you paid on time, as you should have had a 4-year credit. Given that you must proceed via arbitration, a clearly-worded letter stating your rejection of their argument ...


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