Can I sue an out of state dealership for lying on the condition of the car? Car is not sold As is
Car still has warranty, took to dealership in my state they said car has 1700.00 worth of mechanical damage and had to leave it there for a week.
The car is still rattling from the rear which is annoying, do I have some kind of case?
2 attorney answers
If the transaction was completed in your State, there is likely a "long-arm" statute permitting you to sue locally and get jurisdiction over the out-of-state defendant. Contact a consumer protection attorney locally.
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