An individual sold me a car that's got a salvaged title. He didn't tell me anything about the fact it was salvaged when I went to look at it. My dad went with me to check the car since he's the only mechanic I know personally but every question my dad asked about the up keep on the car, the man answered her didn't know. He claimed to not even know anything about when the oil had last been changed or anything else. I have him a down payment and signed a contract to pay 200 a month until paid in full. The contact also has no documentation of the fact it's salvaged. I asked for the title numerous times and he put me off for well over a month before finally meeting me at the DMV to sign the title over. I had never seen the title up to that point. When it came in the mail it shows it was salvaged. Is that legal? Is there anything I can do about it?
Does your contract have something to the effect of "as is" in describing the vehicle? You could run into trouble if it does because that would be viewed as a disclaimer of any level of quality for the vehicle. There are some other theories that you could potentially use to cancel or rescind the contract, but using them is tricky. Contact a lawyer to get advice.
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