I signed a lease and paid consideration. The documents were signed on October 14,2018. The EXL accord has a braking system. We were driving down a main road and no car was in front. The car stopped suddenly. We went to the dealership and were told of situations when the car would brake for no reason.
I want to cancel this, get my money back, and get my car that never was a safety risk.
Only if hte lease provides reasons for doing so. Otherwise you could try to speak to the dealer and see if they will change you to another car that doesn't do that. Doubtful they would let you out of it altogether.
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There is a cause of action called "revocation of acceptance" that allows you to revoke your acceptance of goods upon the discovery of a latent (non-obvious) defect in the good. I do not know if this applies to a lease vs. purchase without conducting additional research. You can also rescind a contract based upon a material misrepresentation. You should bring your lease to an attorney's office for review of your legal rights.
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