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tammywammy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-29-08 08:46 AM
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7. Again, then dealers can sue GM for violating the agreement
It's a two edged sword. No matter what, to shut these dealers down, it'll be costly to GM.
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  -GM And Chrysler To Shut Hundreds Of Dealerships babylonsister  Dec-29-08 08:07 AM   #0 
  - Here we go...  K Gardner   Dec-29-08 08:20 AM   #1 
  - In some states you just cant do it at all  RGBolen   Dec-29-08 08:25 AM   #2 
  - There are only a few reasons GM can pull the Sales & Service Agreement  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 08:30 AM   #3 
  - All they have to do is go to the mafia mentality for payments due  RGBolen   Dec-29-08 08:31 AM   #4 
     - Not really  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 08:33 AM   #5 
        - Yes but it's easy for things to get lost and delayed and lost again  RGBolen   Dec-29-08 08:43 AM   #6 
           - Again, then dealers can sue GM for violating the agreement  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 08:46 AM   #7 
              - filing a lawsuit especially if the other party works to delay any kind of adjudication  RGBolen   Dec-29-08 08:48 AM   #9 
              - Sure, they may shut the dealer down  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 08:56 AM   #10 
                 - But GM can litigate those shut downs for several years.  TexasObserver   Dec-29-08 06:07 PM   #14 
                    - That's why I assume GM will try to buy out dealers first  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 06:12 PM   #15 
              - Maybe, maybe not. Most business agreements contain a clause for force majeure  anigbrowl   Dec-30-08 02:25 AM   #19 
  - Maybe an opportunity for the Independant shops  Phred42   Dec-29-08 08:46 AM   #8 
  - The GMC-Cadillac-Hummer dealership here closed last year  csziggy   Dec-29-08 09:10 AM   #11 
  - What I Don't Understand Is That  ribofunk   Dec-29-08 05:58 PM   #12 
  - If ten franchises remain open in an area that can now support only five, they all might fail.  TexasObserver   Dec-29-08 06:02 PM   #13 
     - Yes, That May be True  ribofunk   Dec-30-08 12:02 AM   #18 
  - I wonder if they will close the dealership portion and leave the service part open?  MiniMe   Dec-29-08 06:16 PM   #16 
     - I doubt it  tammywammy   Dec-29-08 06:18 PM   #17 
 

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