- Jan 24, 2008
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Unless he sells it to some private collector and it goes underground... I can't see that happening anyway out of the three burst Gary has owned this is the one he kept... there's a reason for it.True... GM is basically stuck with that guitar until this is resolved. He can't sell it to anyone and nobody in their right mind would buy it with the prospect that it could get taken away from them as stolen property. Not worth a nickel.
I read somewhere else "that if a buyer buys something in good faith, and can prove it, such as producing a receipt from a legitimate business, they can not be held liable. That doesn't mean the aggrieved party can't try to recover, but the burden is on them." Maybe thats why GM hasn't responded to Montrose.
There is also the statue of limitations which has been mentioned many times before... and like Rhubard red said where is all the evidence that this guitar was owned by montrose (i'm not saying it wasn't but i haven't seen much in way of proof.)
All i'm saying is the law can be interpreted in different ways to fit both arguments. And this poll show's how people can see both side's of the coin...
I find it quite funny with people stating how if you side with Gary Moore then the only reason is only because your a fan of his....