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posted 6 months ago

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At october 2020 i've sold my car to the new purchaser and car was having traffic challan of 8200( which was violated by the owner from which i had purchased). At the time of selling in the agreement i've clearly wrote that the vehicle is sold on 'As is where is basis' and on 'whatever it is basis' and no complaint on whatsoevr and whatever manner shall be entertained further & No Claims, refunds, any payment on whatsoever manner from Seller/Purchaser will not be entertained. In which he had signed and put his thumb impressions too and and that time he wasn't objectifying the issue. Now he used to call me , chat and harrases me that i should pay that challans otherwise he will fight

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Ankur Goel @ Complete Law Shield

Ankur Goel @ Complete Law Shield

Responded 6 months ago

A.let him fight.

it was his responsibility to check for pending challans.

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A.Hi,
You cannot escape the legal liability by including as is where is basis on the agreement. The challan was issued to you. You need to clear challan. Otherwise, you would be liable for misrepresentation of facts. You cannot escape legal liability on technical grounds.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Responded 6 months ago

A.Hey,
If you had hidden the information about the challan at the time of selling of car then its misrepresentation of facts and its ground for contract to void between the party. You should pay the challan or sit with purchaser and settle matter amicably.


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A.See usually when we "As is where is basis' we mean the physical condition of the artifact/good to be transacted or sold and not the conditional or qualified conditions like which cannot be comprehended or fathomed at the time of transaction. So, while doing a transaction it has to be mentioned specifically that including any challan and taxes. if it was mentioned that way then you are not liable any more to him.

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