This topic contains 1 reply, has 1 voice, and was last updated by Dag Hammar 1 month ago.
I am being asked to sign a Delivery Acceptance Form for the car along with the leasing finance agreement before I receive the car. The form refers to car condition, items within i.e. toolkit etc. I find this bizarre in the extreme, Is this standard practice.
Should never sign an “acceptance” without first examining the goods at the point of delivery.
Think of the implications if you were to sign before closely inspecting the vehicle when it is delivered to you. A shady company would claim you are liable for the slightest damage to the vehicle and attempt to bill you for it.
Also, if anything were missing from the spec such as the spare wheel, jack, towing eye bolt etc how could you prove they were missing if you had previously signed “acceptance”.
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