Under NV law, there is a 3-day right of rescission in limited circumstances only. As to car sales, as a general rule there is no right of rescission or "cooling off" period. That having been said, under certain circumstances a buyer may return a new car. A federal "lemon law" gives the buyer the right to return a car if it does not run correctly and cannot be repaired. Further, under state law, a buyer may return a new car for a full refund if the dealer has fraudulently misrepresented the deal or has fruadulently changed the buyer's car loan application. However, there is no right of return simply if the buyer does not like the deal after thinking it over.
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