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Old 04-18-2016, 07:28 AM   #11
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I think examples such as this only solidifies the fact of how important it is to read and understand each and every document possible because these corporations can and will do anything possible for the all mighty dollar and when such a matter is bound by a lawful, signed contract, you can lose in a big way.
I think it is more that they don't want to provide warranty to RV rental places
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Old 04-18-2016, 07:41 AM   #12
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Old 04-18-2016, 09:15 AM   #13
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I think it is more that they don't want to provide warranty to RV rental places
Seann, Yes, it also specifies in the owner's manual that rentals are subject to the warranty being voided however, it also reads that the same fate will occur for those units that include a company name. The sales person at RV Direct thought such only included those companies which partake in rentals as well and she even went as far as specifying that there has been quite a few buyers who have their units put into their company name. I respectfully requested that she please contact Jayco to confirm that a voided warranty does not include any and all units purchased in the name of a company and I would like to have such 'in writing' directly from Jayco. Low and behold the very next day I get an email from her specifying that 'any vehicle purchased under a company, corporation, etc., voids the warranty right out of the gate.'

I bring this up only because I feel unsuspecting people should know about such because I can only imagine that some people including myself, may elect to keep certain assets in some sort of family trust or maybe even a company name in order to keep personal assets private and away from the clutches of ravenous litigants and shyster lawyers.
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I wonder if that is even legal under Magnuson Moss?
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I wonder if that is even legal under Magnuson Moss?
Good point! I really haven't gone as far as looking into the Act itself however, even if it is unlawful under the Act, the cost to litigate such just may be cost prohibitive with the court filing as well as attorney fees. I elected to bypass the possibility of a quagmire by making the name change to the purchase order and I will consider selling the unit to my company after the fact because I doubt the warranty servicing dealer will require proof of ownership and may only confirm who you are via ID you provide at the time which will be the same as the original purchase order as well as in Jayco's records.
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Good point! I really haven't gone as far as looking into the Act itself however, even if it is unlawful under the Act, the cost to litigate such just may be cost prohibitive with the court filing as well as attorney fees. I elected to bypass the possibility of a quagmire by making the name change to the purchase order and I will consider selling the unit to my company after the fact because I doubt the warranty servicing dealer will require proof of ownership and may only confirm who you are via ID you provide at the time which will be the same as the original purchase order as well as in Jayco's records.
I would hesitate transferring ownership to your company until the warranty is up. Even though you doubt that the dealer would check ownership, you really never know for sure. Just curious, what's the benefit of your company owning the unit?
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Hi Bill, The reason I was attempting to have the unit in a company name was to protect the asset(s) from unsuspecting ravenous litigants and shyster lawyers who are constantly looking for ways to take your stuff. Some of the most wealthy people in the world actually own very little in their name. When assets are in one's name, they are ripe for forfeiture. One of the main reasons for incorporation is the protection of personal assets as well as personal liability.

Yes, now that I think about it, I agree with you in regards to keeping the unit in my name for two reasons. The first reason is the chance of warranty nullification and the second would be to stay in honor of the contract I signed agreeing with the topic at hand.
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