Buyer's Right to Retain until Refunded?
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Have you been harassed by your sellers before? If you're one of them, then you must be aware of your rights and law before releasing your money from fraudulent and obnoxious sellers. Why? Because money is hard to earn, so then let anyone be benefited by your innocense.
I have a story regarding seller's defrauding acts. A family friend of ours had experience this. They bought a second hand van from seller A (lets assume this is the seller). All have completed the agreement as to the terms and conditions of the transaction but never put it into writing. Of course the transaction involves a big lump sum of money. Payment day comes, the buyer B paid in full cash to seller A and so the van was delivered to the buyer B. However, to buyer B's dismay the van had some hidden defects which seller A failed to disclose to buyer B. So again, it was agreed the seller A will do the repairs on the said van. However, the seller A failed to comply with its obligation, and so buyer B asked for the whole refund and would not deliver back the van until full refund of the purchase price. Again, seller A defaulted, what was refunded was only the half price of the price. Seller A contested that he wont refund the other half if the van wont be first delivered back to them. Buyer refuses to deliver until refund of purchase price is completed.
Under this scenario, what would the buyer should do to protect his rights over his money? What would he should do? Is there any law providing for his right to retain the van with hidden defects? Is the seller liable for any damages again the buyer? What are the steps to be taken by the buyer to protect his rights?
First, Buyer must act immediately to protect his rights. How?
Have the incident reported to the nearest police authorities and have it recorded.It is important that you have a record that the seller indeed defrauded you in case matters get to worst and cannot be resolve in diplomatic means.
Second, Execute an affidavit to that effect stating all the important facts and circumstances starting from the agreement up to the time when the seller defaulted in returning the refund.
Third, Secure all the important supporting documents / evidence of the transaction. This is your ultimate weapon against the seller in case he demanded the van and cried that he was the one who has been defrauded. There is no best evidence that the authentic public document of the transaction such as the deed of sale, acknowledgment receipts, contract of sale, testimonies of witness.
Fourth, Have those legal documents attach (copies only) to the affidavit. Such attached document will strengthen and support your testimonies in case the seller would cry a different story of his own.
Lastly, Know your law and rights. Of course, nobody will protect you but yourself. So must always equipped yourself with legal knowledge and know what are your rights so that no one would try to harass you.
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