Used cars: Must point out the seller to re-import?

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Used cars: Must point out the seller to re-import?

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Markus Scholz/dpa/dpa-tmn A car purchase from second hand: the seller must point out a re-import?

A so-called re-import can save new car buyers. But what happens if this is kept secret during resale later?

When selling a car, the seller does not have to point out the fact that the seller does not have to point out. However, asks the buyer specifically, it must not be kept secret. Otherwise the purchase contract can be contested.This is shown by a judgment by the Zweibrucken Higher Regional Court (AZ.: 8 U 85/17), to which the Working Group on Transport Law of the German Lawyers’ Association (DAV) indicates.

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Porsche convertible from second hand

In the specific case, a woman bought a used Porsche Cabrio from a private hand. In this way, a liability for material defects was also excluded in the purchase contract – when it comes to private sale. The buyer later learned that the Porsche was a so-called re-import. So a car that was not originally intended as a new vehicle for the German market, but was recovered again in order to benefit from lower sales prices in other countries.The buyer felt deceived. She took the view that a re-import was less worth less. She asked for the purchase price back. But the seller refused and the woman complained.

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The court shares the accusation of fraudulent deception?

In the lack of reference to the re-import, the court did not recognize any fraudulent deception. Accordingly, due to the changed market behavior when buying a car, one can generally no longer assume that a re-import always has a value-reducing effect. During the sales talk, the woman had not specifically pointed out that she didn’t want a re-import.

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