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New Hampshire Lemon Law

New Hampshire Lemon Law Statutes Title 31 – Chapter 357D § 357-D:1 Intent. The legislature finds and declares that manufacturers, distributors and importers of new motor vehicles should be obligated to provide speedy and less costly resolution of automobile warranty problems. Manufacturers should be required to provide in as expeditious a manner as possible a refund of the consumer’s purchase ... Read More »

New Jersey Lemon Law

New Jersey Lemon Law Statutes Title 56:12-29 – 56:12-49 56:12-29. Findings, intentions The Legislature finds that the purchase of a new motor vehicle is a major, high cost consumer transaction and the inability to correct defects in these vehicles creates a major hardship and an unacceptable economic burden on the consumer. It is the intent of this act to require ... Read More »

Maryland Lemon Law

Maryland Commercial Law Code Annotated, § 14-501 to § 14-504 § 14-1501. (a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. (b) “Consumer” means: (1) The purchaser, other than for purposes of resale, of a new motor vehicle; (2) Any person to whom a new motor vehicle is transferred during the duration of the warranty applicable to such ... Read More »

Missouri Lemon Law

Missouri Revised Statutes, 407.560 – 407.583 407.560 Definitions. As used in sections 407.560 to 407.579, the following terms mean: (1) “Collateral charges”, those additional charges to a consumer not directly attributable to a manufacturer’s suggested retail price label for the new motor vehicle. For the purposes of sections 407.560 to 407.579, “collateral charges” includes all sales tax, license fees, registration ... Read More »

Indiana Lemon Law

Indiana Code § 24-5-13-1 to § 24-5-13.5-14 24-5-13-1 This chapter applies to all motor vehicles that are sold, leased, transferred, or replaced by a dealer or manufacturer in Indiana. 24-5-13-2 As used in this chapter, “business day” means a day other than Sunday or a legal holiday (as defined in IC 1-1-9-1). 24-5-13-3 As used in this chapter, “buyer” means ... Read More »

Florida Lemon Law

Florida Lemon Law Florida Statutes Annotated, Chapter 681 681.10 Short title. This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the “Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act.” 681.101 Legislative intent. The Legislature recognizes that a motor vehicle is a major consumer purchase and that a defective motor vehicle undoubtedly creates a hardship for the consumer. The Legislature further recognizes that ... Read More »

Illinois Lemon Law

Illinois Compiled Statutes Annotated, Chapter 815 §§ 380.1 to 380.8 815.380.1 This Act shall be known and may be cited as the New Vehicle Buyer Protection Act. 815.380.2 Definitions. For the purposes of this Act, the following words have the meanings ascribed to them in this Section. (a) “Consumer” means an individual who purchases or leases for a period of ... Read More »

Iowa Lemon Law

Iowa Code Annotated § 322G.1 to § 322G.15 322G.1 Legislative intent. The general assembly recognizes that a motor vehicle is a major consumer acquisition and that a defective motor vehicle undoubtedly creates a hardship for the consumer. The general assembly further recognizes that a duly franchised motor vehicle dealer is an authorized service agent of the manufacturer. It is the ... Read More »

Kansas Lemon Law

Kansas Statutes Annotated 50-645 50-645 Motor vehicle warranties. Definitions; consumer rights and remedies. (a)As used in this act: (1) “Consumer” means the original purchaser or lessee, other than for purposes of resale, of a motor vehicle; and (2) “motor vehicle” means a new motor vehicle which is sold or leased in this state, and which is registered for a gross ... Read More »

Kentucky Lemon Law

Kentucky Revised Statutes, § 367.840 to 367.846 367.840 Purposes. KRS 367.841 to 367.844 shall be liberally construed and applied to promote the underlying purposes of KRS 367.841 to 367.844, which purposes are: (1) To protect consumers who buy or lease new motor vehicles that do not conform to applicable warranties by holding manufacturers accountable for certain nonconformities; (2) To limit ... Read More »