Re: [DML] Re: Insurance rider for public display
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Re: [DML] Re: Insurance rider for public display

That's exactly what I did -- I drew up a "statement of responsibility." Even
included a window of time during which I could have a mechanic look over the
vehicle and inspect for damage. I had a lawyer friend look it over and she
said the same thing as Welmoed -- "it will stand up in court, if necessary."
Be sure to include the VIN in the document, and have someone witness the
business owner's signature if possible.

Farrar Hudkins

On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Welmoed <welmoedj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> A written terms & conditions, like used by businesses, will hold up in
> court if the other party ("buyer") tries to duck it.
> Of course in such a case it may take time and money to get what's yours.
> Welmoed.

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