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    Part Exchange Vehicle To Clear - Legal Meaning?
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    • 10th Jan 12, 12:43 PM
    Part Exchange Vehicle To Clear - Legal Meaning? 10th Jan 12 at 12:43 PM
    Hi, just wondering when a garage/trader is selling a car and advertises it as 'Part exchange vehicle to clear', does this mean that SOGA does not apply or that the garage/trader is not under any obligation to put right faults that come to light within the first week or two?
    I am not in any bother over this but have noticed several cars in Auto Trader that I might be interested in but they say they are PX Clearance etc. so am wondering whether this puts me in a riskier position to buying one that doesn't say that?
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