Leading Second Hand Car Lawyers
Specialising in Consumer Rights and
Car Problem Legal Issues
Used car legal rights
Leading lawyers specialising in car sales consumer rights and the legal rights when buying a car from a dealer. Setting ourselves apart from general litigation law firms and solicitors our unique insight into the retail motor industry and vehicle technical expertise means we understand the faults, problems and issues with second hand cars and the tricks of the trade.
Experienced in legal advice, dispute resolution and small claims involving car dealers and garages in all legal issues involving cars which are, unroadworthy, on finance, written off or clocked.
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0333 700 7676
Legal rights when selling and buying a used car
The law surrounding buying a second hand car is complex involving legal cases and laws covering used car warranty claims, breach of contract and of course the criminal offences covered under the Road Traffic Act 1988 and enforced by the trading standards office.
Easily accessible car legal rights advice from lawyers specialising and uniquely experienced in all legal issues and matters concerning car sales takes the risk out of the motor trade. If you've got a legal question about a car sale, repair or service, call for an initial free automotive lawyer consultation and legal advice call 0333 700 7676
Sale of Goods Act
The Sale of Goods Act 1979 and especially section 14 relating to satisfactory quality now replaced by the Consumer Rights Act is one of the most common complaints or phrases raised by customers along with its older relation relating to Hire Purchase finance agreements. However, what is satisfactory quality can be easier said than proven and car legal rights advice from a lawyer can save time and money in the long run.
For transactions and car dealer contacts and sales agreements after the 1st October 2015 the Sale of Goods Act, Supply of Goods and Services and unfair contract terms are all consolidated into the Consumer Rights Act.
In concert with the Consumer Rights Act comes the ADR Directive encouraging the use of alternative dispute resolution and settling customer complaints without having to go to court. The scheme is voluntary and reliant on both the motor dealer and customer agreeing to a third party mediator trying to broker a settlement agreement.