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Old 04-08-2013, 10:18 PM
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Tell him to keep the mower unless somewhere in the contract it states that you are buying his debt as well as the equity. I base my opinion on no legal training. Just common sense. Good luck.
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Well you could then get a refund of 10k.
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are you saying that i am responsible for the mower that has a note on it

Yes. Obviously you signed a legally binding contract. I think you'd better go see a lawyer asap. A lawyer might be able to get the mower loan transferred despite what the seller says.
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