The Lemon Law will come into effect on 1 September 2012

Provisions of the Lemon Law will be added to the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act, with related amendments to the Hire Purchase Act and Road Traffic Act.

Lemon Laws are consumer protection laws that provide remedies against defective goods (colloquially known as “lemons”), which fail to conform to the contract at the time of delivery, e.g. do not meet standards of quality and performance, especially after repeated repair. Such laws obligate sellers to repair, replace, or refund or reduce the price of those defective goods.….CASE_Event_Poster_LemonLaw.pdf



3 Responses to “The Lemon Law will come into effect on 1 September 2012”

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    The federal “lemon law” also provides the warrantor may be obligated to pay your attorney fees if you prevail in a lemon law suit, as do most state lemon laws. If a car has to be repaired for the same defect four or more times and the problem is still occurring, the car may be deemed to be “a lemon.” The defect must substantially hinder the vehicle’s use, value or safety. Purchasers who knowingly purchase a car in “as is” condition accept the defects and void their rights under the “lemon law”.

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