He now says he will place a lien in the disputed amount on my MH. How can that be done or is it an idle threat
I don't know what he can do in the state you did the transaction in, but where I live, he could repossess it. And where I live, one can go to the county clerks office and get a lien filed against another if they are owed money. So, ya he can probably do it. You need to follow the laws on this stuff and do it properly. If you don't know the law, you better learn it real fast, cause you need to know which side of it you are on.
I bought a 99 diesel Class A MH and wound up with issues and I was promised to take care of the problems, leaking jack, propane problems and hinges on entry door were broken and when driving the air blows in and can get real cold for passenger.
I was able to have part of the payment withheld. Seller agrees to fix if I drive it back to him 60 miles and they will repair MH, but first he wants me to release the money. Would I be crazy to go for this deal?? Should it be fixed first and then release the funds
If they didn't do you right the first time, what makes U think they will do fine the SECOND time ??