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Bought and paid for used car at dealership changed mind

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Hi my mother-inlaw went out to the garage looking at cars and decided to buy one , a used car from a dealership and she paid in full ( dont know why ) , she is supposed to pick up the car next week but has changed her mind she now doesnt want the car . Is there anything she can do to cancel the order and get her money back ? Many thanks davd

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yes you have 14 days.


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Will she get all her money back , and is it 14 days from the date on the papaer work with that date been day 1 , also is there some law she can quote , she spoke to them but they said all she can do is pick another car from them ?

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no under consumer law you can normally cancel any contract within 14 days.


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it appears that face to face deal on business premises negates this sadly...

https://www.confused.com/buying/tips-for-buying/your-rights-when-buying-a-used-car#

although cra now supercedes SOGA , same outcome


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Yes, I think site team member DX is right that the 14 day rule only applies in the case of distance purchases such as online or by telephone.

 

I think the only thing you do here is asked them very nicely and see if they are prepared to do the decent thing. If not then the only other thing to suggest is that you take delivery of the vehicle but test it very carefully and at the first sign of any defect in the first 30 days, invoke your rights under the Consumer Rights Act – the short-term right to reject – and reject the car, refuse repair and demand a refund. It's a bit lumpy that but I don't think there is any other solution.


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