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Private Party Car Sales

If you buy a car from a private seller in Massachusetts and discover that it’s defective, you may be able to return it within 30 days of purchase if you can prove that the seller knew about the defect but didn’t disclose it.

If you bought your car from a private seller, and you discover that it has substantial problems that impair your safety or ability to drive it, you may return it to the seller within 30 days of purchase. Below, learn how to return a car according to the Lemon Law and what to do if a seller won’t refund your money.

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