Dealers must abide by certain rules concerning contracts related to vehicles. Here is the information you need to know.

A dealer who sells you a used vehicle must give you a written contract. The mandatory information is presented in the page on the contents of a contract for the purchase of a used vehicle.

Cancelling the contract

The purchase of a used vehicle can only be cancelled in certain cases, depending on the manner in which you pay for the vehicle. The page on cancelling the purchase of a used vehicle provides all the information on this subject.

New car dealerships are not required to use a written contract that follows a specific form, unless the purchase is an instalment sale (when your purchase is financed at the dealership). Dealerships must nevertheless use a paper contract.

Information to be indicated in the contract

To find out the information that must be included in this type of contract, refer to the page on the contents of a contract for the purchase a new vehicle.

Cancelling the contract

The purchase of a new vehicle can only be cancelled in certain cases, depending on the manner in which you pay for the vehicle. The page on cancelling the purchase of a new vehicle provides all the information on this subject.

In Québec, lease agreements with a purchase option are most commonly used.

Contents of the contract

The information about a long-term lease with a purchase option must appear in a written contract. The mandatory information is presented in the page on the contents of a long-term lease agreement.

Cancelling the contract

If you would like to cancel the contract, you will find the options available to you in the page on cancelling a long-term lease agreement.

Before having repairs done that will cost more than $100, the garage must give you a written evaluation. Once the repairs are done, the garage must also give you an invoice that contains certain mandatory information.

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