The lemon law is an administrative proceeding which allows a purchaser of a defective vehicle to receive a refund or new vehicle. Under the New Jersey lemon law, the purchaser must prove the following:
The same problem has been repaired three or more times, the existence of the problem affects the use, value, or safety of the vehicle, the problem persists after the manufacturer’s last chance repair. and te problem meets the lemon law mileage criteria.
Even if these criteria are not met, the consumer may file a claim for breach of express warranty (failure to fix the car under the warranty), breach of implied warranty (vehicle is not reasonably fit), or consumer fraud, (deception in the sale).
This site or will contain the following,
1. Listing of decisions under the New Jersey Lemon Law, New York Lemon Law, and other state laws.
2. Cases involving sale of salvage vehicles, misrepresentation in car sales, finance company fraud, and other wrongdoing.
3. Discussion of consumer laws that impact defective car claims such as the Truth in Lending Statute
*Cases may vary and need to be individually evaluated and this site should not be viewed as legal advice on an assessment of a particular claim.
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