Most people are aware that there are federal and state laws in place to protect them against the purchase of defective products including vehicles. However, their knowledge can be described as fuzzy at best which has given rise t several misconceptions about lemon laws. If you do not have the right information and knowledge you can compromise your chances of pursuing a lemon law case. Although there are several misconceptions about lemons laws in Louisiana; here are the top 5:
Exclusive Federal Lemon Law That Covers All Motor Vehicles:
Even though there is a federal law designed to protect consumer rights; each state also has its own lemon laws that can be used to fight a claim against the seller of a defective product or vehicle. The laws vary from state to state and although most of them have similar provisions; they are not identical. If you are wondering about how much sense it makes to have varying laws in states; they are designed to suit the buying habits and the consumer preferences of the people living in the state. For instance, in a state like Florida where there are many retirees who like to spend their time lounging around in their very own recreational vehicles, the laws need to cover this automobiles while in Alaska, people are concerned about transporting the automobile for repair; after all there are several remote outposts in Alaska that may not have repair facilities or car dealerships.
Three Days For Changing The Mind After Buying A Car:
This could not be further away from the truth and this misconception has put a lot of people in trouble, when you buy a vehicle, you sign a contract that is a binding both on the seller as well as the buyer. The three day grace period …Read more