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NSW Lying Private Seller of Car - Refund Under Australian Consumer Law?

Discussion in 'Australian Consumer Law Forum' started by Len Galea, 21 November 2015.

  1. Len Galea

    Len Galea Member

    21 November 2015
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    I purchased a car from a private seller who told me lies and deceived me. He used his business address to sell the car, which is a rental car business. He did not mention this but pretended it was a friend's business. Am I able to get money back from him under Australian Consumer Law? I am a disabled pensioner.

    Please, help me.
  2. Paul Cott

    Paul Cott Well-Known Member

    26 May 2014
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    Len, without more. Don't think from what you've said there is a right to a refund.

    Such a right may arise if the car is not of merchantable quality, not fit for purpose, mis-described, etc. Probably not from the facts as you have quoted.

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