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Old     (zap)      Join Date: Jan 2009       06-25-2013, 4:36 PM Reply   
To make a long story short I recently purchased a 2012 boat with 19 hours on it from a dealership in Vancouver. I live 12 hours away so the reason I purchased from them is it had the right colors and options I was looking for.
I paid for the boat, and we arranged a mutual meeting point for delivery. At the delivery point it was raining and the cover was on the boat. Being naïve I trusted the reputation of the dealer (and the brand he sells) and took the boat home… here is where everything went downhill.
The boat is missing about 5 grand of options that the dealer committed in writing (email) that the boat would include. He has been very apologetic and promises to rectify however it has now been a month and I have nothing but empty promises and broken commitments.

My question is, “How long do I wait before I invite a lawyer to participate”? I want to be fair and reasonable but…..

 
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