In the state of Georgia there is no grace period after buying a used car. Once the contract is signed the car belongs to the buyer and they cannot change their mind.
The car dealer cannot take the car if it is paid for according to the contract. The dealer cannot change their mind and take back the car after the contract is signed and money has been exchanged.
Once you have closed title on the home, you can't change your mind. If you signed a contract and your contract is still in attorney review you may change your mind. However, keep in mind each state has their own laws and you should check with the contract laws of your state.
You signed a contract and now you want to change your mind? What do you think? A contract is a legally binding agreement between 2 parties that is enforceable in law. You signed the contract and you are bound by it. If the contract included you trading in your car then legally you must trade it in. Do otherwise and you are just asking to be sued. You will loose the suit if the contract is in order and will be out more money.
You can't change your mind. Once you signed for it, you bought it. Your only chance is if the dealer is willing to take it back.
That depends on whether you have signed a contract with the buyer.
You have signed a contract. You may have cancellation options listed in the contract, but generally once you have signed a contract, you are bound by that contract. You need to review the contract to know for certain.
Not unless the seller approves of it. Otherwise you just bought yourself a car. There is no cooling off period on the purchase of a car.
Yes, unless a contract was signed, up until a contract is signed a buyer can back out at anypoint.
The seller cannot change their mind once they have signed a contract unless there is some language in the contract that will allow them to back out of the sale. You need to review the terms of your purchase and sale agreement.
No, not if you have signed a contract. You can't change your mind. You bought it and you own it. The Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle. The only way you could is if the selling dealer agreed to it.
No. Once you have signed you are responsible for making sure the loan is paid. (An exception would be contracts signed at your home which have a right of rescission built in.)
I believe most or all banks give you a "cooling off period" (usually of approx. 5 business day) in which u can pull out of the contract, which includes change of mind.