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I won't address the points already mentioned in this answer other than to mention that you can find statutory definitions of "disposition", "debtor", and other relevant terms at section 29 of the Act. I would add that your interpretation is not entirely accurate: "he/she does not inform me that the vehicle is subject to a hire ...


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The new buyer (ie purchaser) gets the car and title, and the seller (ie debtor) retains the HP debt with the finance company (ie creditor). Under a Hire Purchase/Conditional Sale agreement the finance company generally own the car until the end of the finance agreement. If a person has the vehicle on such a finance agreement then sells it to a private and ...


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It does not sound like the truck was in a merchantable condition. I can only speak for the State of California, and here, if I was not informed that the good is sold 'as is' or 'with all faults', I would do this: Draft up the relevant points I want proven and which the friend will be able to attest in a Declaration or Affidavit that you received promises ...


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It's tough to answer this question without knowing the state but in general: You would be committing a crime Your friend would be committing a crime The deception would be discovered the first time any LEO ran your friend's tags, even for a parking ticket. License plate stickers on a car with expired registration will get a cop's attention fast.


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Apart from hiring an attorney (who will, based on the specifics that you tell him, have a better recommendation), you can appeal to the district attorney, the mayor, a higher officer in the chain of command with the local police, and whatever TV-on-your-side news-guys there are. The decision to prosecute rests with the DA: the police make recommendations. ...


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"Lemon laws" are about new cars and manufacturing defects. Used vehicles are sold "as is", except that dealers are obligated to offer a 30 or 60 day warranty that the vehicle will continue to function. Using the term "owner" suggests that this is not a dealership sale. Generally speaking, you are out of luck, except for the ...


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The exact terms of the warranty are decisive. The term "oil changes" is unqualified, and therefore it encompasses all types of oil that are appropriate for the covered car. Once the warranty is purchased, the company is not allowed to qualify or restrict the scope of that contract. The company's mention of oil changes and other features as a ...


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tl;dr: In general, for trailers, the laws I could find seem primarily concerned with the total length and width, rather than overhang. I believe you're looking for Minnesota Statutes sections 169.80 SIZE, WEIGHT, LOAD and 169.81 HEIGHT AND LENGTH LIMITATIONS. There is also a section (169.82) on trailer equipment, but that doesn't seem to have anything about ...


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