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5 Myths About the Lemon Law

5 Myths About the Lemon Law I have prosecuted Lemon Law claims for 19 years and hear the same myths about it over and over. “The manufacturer says I don’t qualify” or “the service department said they didn’t see the problem so it doesn’t count” or “I’m past the time to file so I can’t”, …

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Lemon Laws 101

The Basics: What Is The Lemon Law? At a very basic level, the Lemon Law is defined as “a set of laws that provide a remedy for purchases that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality and performance.” Cars, trucks, RVs, motorcycles, televisions, phones, computers and thousands of other items are all consumer products covered …

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Understanding The Lemon Laws

Often, a seller’s promise of a normally functioning product is explicit (precise and clear) and contained in writing, like a warranty. Or, the promise is implicit (unspoken) and requires no specific statement or promise. When you have that promise, and the product later experiences problems, you can — and should — expect that the warrantor …

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Warranties Almost always, the expectations we have for corrective measures after the sale comes from that little piece of paper in the product package—or the booklet in the vehicle’s glove box—called a warranty. Product Warranties Against Defects In common terms, a warranty is an assurance by the seller or maker that the product you just …

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Taking Action

Taking Action Luckily, your entitlement to a refund, partial refund or replacement isn’t up to the manufacturer. It’s up to YOU! It’s your right as a consumer. The Lemon Laws give you the right to receive a refund, replacement, or partial refund once you have provided them with a reasonable number of attempts to cure …

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