Car Sale Agreement
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Buying and maintaining a car can be very costly. Knowing what to look for could mean the difference between an enjoyable purchasing experience and an expensive mistake. We’ve put together some helpful information so you can make an informed decision.
Advertisements must show the purchase price of motor vehicles (other than second-hand motor vehicles) and the cost of any dealer’s charges. Ads must also show any statutory charges but do not have to specify their dollar amount. Dealer charges refer to amounts other than the purchase price or statutory charges, that are payable to the dealer before or on delivery of the vehicle. Statutory charges include: any tax or fee payable on registration or renewal of registration, any duty charged or any premium and duty payable in respect of insurance issued or deemed to be issued under the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999.
Ads must not use the expression ‘on road costs’ or any other similar expression to describe statutory charges.
A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a contract used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer. With this Agreement you can outline the terms and describe all the details of the vehicle being sold. With this Vehicle Sale Agreement you can adapt this to sell many different kinds of vehicle, including cars, vans, trucks, motorcycles, and boats.
This Agreement may be adapted for use by private sellers (for example, an individual person selling his or her vehicle type on on Gumtree for example).