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What Are Lemon Laws?

Lemon laws were law created to protect consumers from shoddy products.  Specifically, the laws were created to protect purchasers of new automobiles from increasingly problem plagued specific automobiles.  An automobile that regularly suffers from severe problems that the dealer is unable to satisfactorily correct after four or more attempts or is plagued by an assortment of unexpected problems is a referred to as a lemon.  Consumers who have purchased a lemon have certain remedies under state lemon laws. 

To be a lemon, the defect(s) must be severe enough to affect the safety or value of the vehicle.  Defective areas might include the engine, transmission, cooling system, electrical system, brakes, odors, paint, etc.

Lemon laws generally cover automobiles but may also cover computers, boats and recreation vehicles in some states.

 

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After Zero To 60M, Connecticut Lemon Law Gets Tuneup Connecticut CT Post
CT Post After zero to 60M, Connecticut lemon law gets tuneup Connecticut CT Post In September 2017, the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection updated its lemon law manual that instructs vehicle owners how to get vehicles fixed and more raquo

What Happens If Your Used Car Is A Lemon RoadandTrack.com Blog
RoadandTrack.com blog What Happens If Your Used Car Is a Lemon RoadandTrack.com blog First, the state Lemon Law will not apply because the car is not new and I don39t know of any state lemon laws that extend coverage out that far beyond the first owner. The warranty is what you will be relying upon here. Read the warrantyor whatever

DCP Updates Consumer Handbook For CTaposs Lemon Law Program Stratford Star
DCP updates consumer handbook for CT39s Lemon Law Program Stratford Star The Department of Consumer Protection DCP released an updated handbook to support consumers who may need to use Connecticut39s Lemon Law Program. and more raquo

California Consumer Protection Firm Lemon Law Aid Welcomes New Associate Atto...
Digital Journal California Consumer Protection Firm Lemon Law Aid Welcomes New Associate Attorney Digital Journal Pasadena, CA October 11th, 2017 Lemon Law Aid is pleased to announce the addition of new associate attorney Josh Finkelstein to the firm. Mr. Finkelstein focuses his practice on lemon law and dealer fraud matters. Prior to joining Lemon Law Aid, Mr.

Cheryl Parson: Donapost Expect To Return Your New Car Lima Ohio
Cheryl Parson: Don39t expect to return your new car Lima Ohio In our state, new cars are protected by Ohio39s Lemon Law. According to the Ohio Attorney General39s website, to qualify as a lemon the car must have one or more problems, covered by the warranty, that substantially impair the use, value or safety of

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