My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: California n Nevada
I helped sell my family members car to someone from the sate of Nevada anyhow the buyer is now complaining that the car has an electrical issue and the motor just blew on them. We gave the buyer the option to take the car to any mechanic shop but decided not to because they did not want to spend money. They claim it was my responsibility to do have the car checked before I sold the car. I simply told them that the car was not my problem anymore since they were the new owner of the car. They claim that the title does not say "as is sale" but I had them signed a bill of sale saying the following:
I, the undersigned seller, do sell the above-described vehicle to the buyer for the amount shown and certify that all of the information provided in this Bill of Sale is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I, the undersigned buyer, acknowledge receipt of this Bill of Sale and understand there is no guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the above-described property. It is also understood that the above-stated vehicle is sold in “as is” condition.
and with their name and our name printed and signed by both parties. I've received emails from the buyer but ignored them. I called the buyer to be courteous and told
him that the car was no longer my problem but they insist that the car is my problem since I sold him a piece of junk. I don't want to continue any dialogue with the buyer via email or phone to avoid being recorded. My questions is I'm I responsible for any fixtures the car may need legally? Or is the new buyers problem?