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Seller didn't tell me that the van I bought needed work done - where do I stand?
I recently brought a Ford Transit Tipper. After a day, it's come to my attention that it needs a lot of work doing to it. I spoke to the trade seller and he advises me it needs welding. He didn't put this in the advert and never told me when I brought it. Where do I stand, can I take it back?

Asked on 25 August 2017 by darren davis

Answered by Dan Powell
You can reject it for a full refund or demand that he fixes it free of charge. For your legal rights, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/faq/consumer-rights/
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