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Welcome to Lemon-Law-Explained

 

So what is Lemon Law?

Lemon Law Explained brings to you information on Lemon Law and how lemon laws can help you.

There are basically 3 sets of laws (Lemon Laws) that apply to all defective vehicles and products that are purchased in the United States of America.

  • The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is a Federal Law that protects the purchaser of any product that costs more than $25 in addition it must come with an express written warranty.
  • The Uniform Commercial Code or UCC has been adopted in all 50 states and covers contracts dealing with the sale of products
  • Summary of State Lemon Laws here and individual State Lemon Laws can be found to the left or through our site map.

We have compiled Lemon Law summaries on the most requested states which you can find by navigating the Lemon Law links on the left.
 

Do I have a Lemon?

If you've purchaed a new car and all of a sudden notice that the paint is peeling or its making funny noises that you didn't notice before or perhaps you've noticed a dozen things that you no longer like then chances are the Lemon Laws will not apply to you.
If you can still drive the car then chances are
Lemon Law will not apply.

If the brakes do not work, the car won't get out of first gear, it won't start on cold mornings or hot afternoons, the driver's seats come loose, or the car splutters away at 20 mph when it should be going 50 mph, then Yes, you may have a Lemon thus the Lemon Law may apply to you providing you have given the maufactuer a chance to repair the defect.

In most States, 10 different defects during the Warranty Period does not brand the car as a Lemon. In some States, a single defect that might cause Serious Injury makes your car a Lemon if the manufacturer cannot fix the problem within 1 attempt.

Do I need a Lawyer

Well it depends on where you first purhased or registered the car. This of course varies from state to state. In some states if you have the proper documentation then all you have to do is file a complaint where as in other places you will need to hire a Lawyer.

There are lawyers and companies that specialise in Lemon Laws some which are displayed on this site, please feel free to visit their sites for more specific information.


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