Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 23:22:04 +0200
From: Robert Brown <>
Subject: Re: Compatible CD Changer for '99 Saab 9-5 wrote: > Someone who looks an awful lot like Scott Henry <> wrote: > > Thanks to all, although you are confirming what I feared to be true all along. > > Sounds like you need to talk to the guy you bought it from, explain that > he didn't sell you a working CD-changer, and hope that he'll cooperate. > If he doesn't still have the car, then you've got a bit of a problem. > > Dave Hinz Methinks the lady in question may have been forcibly removed from her husband without divorce papers filed and signed by all interested parties (i.e. not conclusive that your seller ever had _ownership_ of the husband in question). If the seller knows he can be identified by you, then it should be easy for you to give the ultimatum - that he either 1) conducts divorce proceedings in a proper (Tech-II) court of law (proving that he still has access to the husband), or 2) he refunds the dowry paid by you and in turn re-acquires possession of the captive wife. The seller refusing to do one of the above will probably get in trouble with the law for unlawfully absconding with the bride. Though their vehicles are excellent for back-seat sex, Saab do not allow such acts of bigamy to be conducted in their cars, but this may well work to your advantage (as the above scenarios illustrate) in the event it turns out that your bride was (initially) improperly procured by your seller. Good luck ;-) Regards, Robert, Gothenburg Sweden (avoids this whole marriage counselling thing by driving an Audi A4 with cheapo removable-front CD-radio instead ;-)

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