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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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MyCentralJersey.com How to get most out of NJ Lemon Law MyCentralJersey.com Last time, we looked at the rights that the state Legislature granted to purchasers of cars that have fewer than 24,000 miles and 24 months of use. Those rights are extensive and require the manufacturer of the car to correct most defects that affect

New Jersey Lemon Law Attorney Honored As 2017 NJLJ PR Newswire Press Release
New Jersey Lemon Law Attorney Honored As 2017 NJLJ PR Newswire press release CHERRY HILL, N.J., May 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Bob Silverman, Founding Partner of the Lemon Law Firm of Kimmel amp Silverman, P.C. has been honored as and more raquo

Couple Alleges GM Violated Lemon Law West Virginia Record
West Virginia Record Couple alleges GM violated Lemon Law West Virginia Record Clarence R. Canterbury and Sheila Canterbury filed a complaint May 18 in Mingo Circuit Court against General Motors LLC, alleging failure to comply with the Lemon Law provisions. According to the complaint, on April 7, 2016, the Canterburys purchased a

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