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Re: legal advice full service
Even with a note on the invoice stating 'no warranty offered or inferred'
You have a warranty if you were sold a car in roadworthy condition and suitable for use. From what I believe in this situation you still have the legal right to a 3 month warranty.
To get round this the only sure way a dealer can avoid his/her obligations is to describe the car as scrap. But again if you have signed the invoice you are accepting the terms of the sale. But if the car is performing as it should and have no complaints you have no cause for redress as yet.
I suggest you seek consumer advice.
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