I would like to know if customer A buys ...

Asked by Anonymous on 24-05-2021 16:48:26
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Northern Cape

I would like to know if customer A buys a brand new car and he ask the dealer to add some extras e.g Panoramic sunroof. Park assist cameras and pays for it as it would be included in the selling price. 2 . Now it happens that  customer A trades the car for a latest model than the dealer sells the car to customer B now the QUESTION IS IF CUSTOMER B BUYS THE CAR SHOULD HE PAY FOR THE EXTRAS AS IF HE WAS THE ONE WHO REQUESTED FOR THE XTRAS WHEREAS THE XTRAS WAS PAID FOR BY CUSTOMER A. 3 HOW MANY TIMES MUST THE DEALER GAIN PROFIT FROM THE XTRAS THAT CUSTOMER A ALREADY PAID FOR. ACCORDING TO ME CUSTOMER B MUST BUY THE CAR WITH ITS SELLING PRICE AND ALL THE  EXTRAS MUST NOT REFLECT AS IF CUSTOMER B requested for it.

Regards Tshenolo 

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