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The purchase of any new product comes with expectations that it will work as intended, especially if that product comes with a warranty. Unfortunately, this basic premise is not always true. Since your purchase, you may have had continuous problems with the product resulting in multiple repairs, impairment of its use, decreased value and/or increased safety risks. If this describes your situation, you may have purchased what is known as a “lemon” and you may be eligible for a refund of your money, a replacement product or a cash settlement.
Federal and state laws protect consumers who purchase products with a written warranty; these are commonly referred to as “Lemon Laws”. Each state has adopted its own provisions, in addition to the overarching federal law. However, many times the law varies from state-to-state and some of the requirements or conditions may be materially different.
The main source of the federal Lemon Law is the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. In 1975, Congress passed this Act which requires manufacturers of consumer products to provide consumers with detailed information about the product’s warranty coverage. It serves to help prevent manufacturers from using unfair warranty provisions and agreements. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act also makes it easier for a consumer to receive warranty information, review warranty information and bring a warranty case against a manufacturer by providing for the payment of attorneys’ fees should you receive a successful outcome in either settlement or at trial.
When most people think of the “Lemon Law,” they think of motor vehicles. However, each state has adopted different rules and many state laws and the federal law will apply to a multitude of consumer products, with most state laws have three (3) main components:
1 What specific vehicles are covered under the law? Does the law apply to just new cars, or are used cars also covered? Are other vehicles such as motorcycles or motor homes covered?
2 What is the minimum number of repair attempts or the minimum number of days the vehicle has been rendered unavailable while being repaired?
3 What is the coverage period? Most states have alternative periods whether it be one (1) year or 12,000 miles or two (2) years or 24,000 miles.
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