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Im a car breakers dealing in 2nd hand parts, we sold an engine that was perfect the customer is now trying to return the engine telling me it was faulty it was sold with an invoice stated on this no warranty given or implied, how do i stand
Did you tell him but therewas no warranty and you could not guarantee the condition of the engineactually before you sold it to him?
Stating that, seems toconflict with what you said which is perfect.
If it is perfect, as youstate, why would you want to sell it with no warranty given or implied?
How much was the engine?
How long did the owner haveit for.?
The engine he bought is pron to give a lot of trouble we check the engine before it leave making sure it was fit for use which it was he didnt fit the engine to the car he said his mechanic was unable to time the engine after he replaced the timing belt,
How do you check it?
How much was it?
How long has he had it?
What is he saying is wrong with it?
yea i told him i couldnt stand over the engine
it was 1500euro
he has it 3days
his mechanic said it cant be timed right but it left us timed perfet
I am sorry what does that mean? yea i told him i couldnt stand over the engine
Are you in RoI?
I can only answer on UK law,