My question involves an auto loan or repossession in the State of: Washington.
I have a situation where I purchased a vehicle from a private party for $2600. The starter went out about a week after I had it. After a few other issues with the vehicle we came to a mutual agreement, oral agreement, to lower the price to $1500. I paid the $1500 but the seller heard that my family came into some money so she showed up at my house to repossess the vehicle. I basically told them to get ******. they wanted more money and I was not about to pay more. She filed in small claims and because we did not write the verbal contract down, and she conveniently "forgot" about the verbal contract, I had a judgment filled against me. She got a lawyer to ensure that i paid the judgement. He wrote me a letter saying that i needed to either pay in full or return the vehicle. I chose to return the vehicle. The vehicle had been broke down for about 3 months and I informed the seller of that. When they came to pick up the vehicle she threw a huge fit about the condition of the vehicle (not running, smaller tires). I would like to know if she can sue me for repairs to the vehicle.