If the vehicle delivered has damage that was not present at the time you purchased it, recourse is available to you.
Sellers are required to deliver to you a vehicle that conforms to the description in the contract, whether it is written or verbal.
If possible, do not take possession of the vehicle before the problem has been resolved.
As soon as you notice the damage, contact the seller to make them aware of the situation and ask that the problem be corrected.
If you are dissatisfied with the results of this approach, you can send the seller a formal notice. You must clearly explain in writing the problem with your vehicle and what it is that you seek to obtain. See the page Sending a formal notice for more information on the topic.
If this process does not lead to a satisfactory outcome, you can go before the courts. The following pages provide the necessary information:
For cases involving claims of $85 000 or more, you must address the Superior Court of Quebec.
Last update : October 29, 2020
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