Federal law covers most cases of buyer's remorse in all 50 states, including solicited sales, timeshares and homeowner loans, while some states have laws to protect rueful consumers with certain contracts, such as gym me... More »

Dealers are not legally required to take back a vehicle if the buyer's reason for the return is simple remorse. However, the buyer may be granted a return if something is mechanically wrong with the vehicle or if the sal... More »

In California, buyer's remorse law refers to the statutory rights of consumers to cancel contracts in certain instances, as detailed by the California Department of Consumer Affairs and USLegal.com. The contracts specifi... More »

Federal law compels retailers to accept returns and issue refunds if they violate sales contracts or if buyers find purchased goods defective, explains FindLaw. Federal law also contains a provision, known as the cooling... More »

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In California, buyer's remorse law refers to the statutory rights of consumers to cancel contracts in certain instances, as detailed by the California Department of Consumer Affairs and USLegal.com. The contracts specifi... More »

Federal law exempts contracts worth less than $2,000 from the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts do apply to contractors and subcontractors performin... More »

There are many laws for mailboxes established by the U.S. Federal government, such as the law dictating that mailboxes are federal property, explains Mail Boss. A mailbox is the official location for mail to be delivered... More »

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