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Ronald Scott Weiss

West Bloomfield Lemon Law Attorney.

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  1. Today I bought a brand new 2014 Jeep. The salesman stated under the Ohio Lemon Law, Military members are exempt. Is this true ?

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Christina Gill Roseman
    2. Elizabeth Ahern Wells
    3. Ronald Lee Burdge
    4. Ronald Scott Weiss
    5. Frederick Edward Davis
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    6 lawyer answers

    The salesman is not correct. Assuming your vehicle meets the lemon law requirements, the fact that you are a military member does not limit your rights. Either the salesman is misinformed or misleading you, either way, it makes sense to continue to explore. I hope this helps.

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  2. Do I qualify for the Michigan Lemon Law?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Dani K. Liblang
    2. Christina Gill Roseman
    3. Ronald Scott Weiss
    3 lawyer answers

    The Michigan Lemon Law (M.C.L. 257.1401) has fairly specific requirements with respect to timing and the number of repairs. It sounds like your situation falls outside the lemon law itself, but there are several other legal theories that could/would apply. My office Is certainly happy to discuss or review your situation. The manufacturer is responsible for attorney fees in successful cases. The problems that you are experiencing with respect to your Malibu are fairly common for that vehicle....

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  3. I bought a car from an online auto dealer out of state. He said the car was perfect but when it was delivered by truck I found

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Ronald Scott Weiss
    1 lawyer answer

    Your inquiry was cut off so the entire situation is not present. You should start by reviewing the laws in the state where you purchased the car. If a warranty came with the vehicle, that could lead you in one direct. If the vehicle was sold "as is", then you would look in a different direction. For example, if the vehicle was sold "as is", then you might be looking for legal theories that involve fraud, misrepresentation and even UCC revocation of acceptance, among other theories.

  4. Should I pursuit a suit against a car dealership

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Ronald Scott Weiss
    1 lawyer answer

    It may be difficult to answer your question specifically without knowing more information. If there was a warranty on the vehicle, then you would want to look to the terms of the warranty to determine what coverage you have. If the dealership (as opposed to the manufacturer) covered the repair costs, that leads me to believe that there was not a manufacturers warranty in place. Those are key starting points. There are various types of warranties and the situation is likely fact specific.

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