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I bought a motorcycle from someone on Sunday. I rode the bike home on Sunday, then to class on Tuesday and Wednesday. On my way home from class Wednesday the rear tire came off of the rear forks rendering the bike unrideable. I am lucky that this happened at a low speed and not on the highway. I brought it to an authorized motorcycle mechanic today, (Friday), and the mechanic informed me that what happened couldn't have been from just three days of riding, especially on short distance rides, and that this was from something prior to me taking possession of the motorcycle. I contacted the party I bought the motorcycle from and he said he would not help with the cost of damages or take the bike back damaged and return my money to me. Do I have any grounds to take the previous owner to court for the return of the money I paid for the motorcycle or for him to pay for the repairs?
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