My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: nebraska,
So I recently purchased a used truck from a dealership, I traded in my 2013 Malibu for the truck. My car still had a lien on it, So the dealership paid off my lien. Here's the interesting part, the lien holder sent the state of Nebraska the title and the state just gave me the title for the 2012 Malibu. Here's my predicament, the dealership I bought the truck from refuses to return my calls because the truck had an issue literally ten minutes after we drove it off the lot. I got it fixed, it wasn't a lot of money but 172$$ isn't exactly pennies. The Nebraska county treasurer told me not to give them the title till they pay for the bill and that technically since I have possession that the vehicle is mine and that basically I have the dealer by the "you no what". I'm not trying to be a dishonest person I just feel this dealership should pay for the bill. I was told by the dealer I took it too that they would have definitely known the truck had the issue because it was bring up codes. What are my legal options and obligations? And then yesterday I recieved an envelope from dealership asking for power of attorney to get title.