Auto Notes - Spring 2010


In This Issue:

*Customer Convenience Can Cut Into Compliance

*Important Tax Alert

Customer Convenience Can Cut Into Compliance By Barbara A. Darkes

In our December 2009 newsletter we discussed some potential perils of conducting vehicle sales with customers at their homes. In addition to worrying about the customer getting a statutory three day right to rescission and making sure that proper notices are provided to customers, dealers engaged in sales with customers located off of the dealership premises also need to be concerned with the other agencies regulating them, namely PennDOT, the Vehicle Dealer Board and the Department of Banking....

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