What are my obligations when selling privately?

What are my obligations when selling privately?

Asked on 7 August 2018 by Alec Massey

Answered by Honest John
Unless the car is sold as an "unroadworthy restoration project or parts car that must not be driven away", then the car must be safe and must be roadworthy and you must answer any questions put to you by the buyer truthfully, otherwise you could be held in breach of contract.
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