Asked by HelanieH
on 06-02-2020 08:59:15
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 300.00
Good morning I was wondering if you could give me some advice. I sold my vehicle private, the buyer came to inspect the car and he was happy with the vehicle, he took the vehicle and signed the change of ownership papers now he says there's a problem with the vehicle and he wants to bring it back, we think he messed around with the vehicle I would like to know what must I do now, what is my rights.
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 09-02-2020 08:20:19
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I assume that he has paid you in full for the vehicle? If so, then the vehicle is his. He doesn't have any rights to come back to you about the vehicle. It is his, warts and all.
Tell him that you sold the vehicle vootstoets which means that you are not liable for any damages.
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