Looking for the specific rules of the California lemon law? If so, you’ve come to the right Web site. We’ve gathered all of the essential lemon law rules and requirements here in one place to give you a better understanding of the California lemon law statute. The information on this page will give you an idea of whether or not you are entitled to a lemon law buyback, and whether you should retain a lemon law attorney to help you pursue your legal claim. Click here to jump right to the California Lemon Law Rules links at the bottom of this page.
California’s lemon law statute is one of the powerful, and most important, consumer protection statues ever enacted by the Sacramento legislature. The California lemon law has nothing to do with selling sour, yellow citrus fruit, but it can help you force a vehicle manufacturer to buyback a lemon of an automobile.
If the California lemon law information on this site doesn’t answer all of your questions, or, if, after reading them, you are still unsure about how the California lemon law’s rules apply to your situation, then you should call the Vachon Law Firm for a free consultation. Call us toll free at (855) 4-LEMON-LAW, and get all of your questions answered by a professional California lemon law lawyer. At the Vachon Law Firm, California lemon law consultations are always FREE. So you can learn about the California lemon law’s requirements from an expert, at no charge to you, and find out if you are entitled to a lemon law buyback, a civil penalty, and monetary damages (all of these are explained in the California Lemon Law Info links below).
Yes. The State of California requires that California car dealerships comply with a wide variety of statutory directives, tort and common law rules, and administrative regulations that impose requirements in addition to the California lemon law’s rules. California has enacted statutes that strictly regulate the financing of motor vehicle sales and leases, and California law generally prohibits all businesses from engaging in unfair or deceptive practices. Check out this site’s Car Dealer Fraud page for a summary of the non-California lemon law rules that apply to car dealerships in this State.
Because a wide variety of California laws govern automobiles sales and leases, when you contact the Vachon Law Firm we listen to your complaints, ask specific questions about all aspects of your car or truck purchase, ask to see your relevant documents, and then thoroughly analyze your legal rights under the California lemon law statute and all other applicable California laws and regulations. After all, when someone is looking for a California lemon law buyback, they generally don’t care why the car dealer or vehicle’s manufacturer has to buy back their vehicle, so long as they get rid of their lemon car or truck.
Make sure you review this site’s Car Dealer Fraud section to see if the car dealership committed any fraud in your transaction. If it did, you may be able to get a buyback even if your vehicle doesn’t qualify as a lemon under California law.
If you have questions about how these non-California lemon law rules apply to you and your vehicle, call us toll free at (855) 4-LEMON-LAW. At the Vachon Law Firm California lemon law and car dealer fraud consultations are always FREE!
The Vachon Law Firm offers FREE telephone consultations to lemon vehicle owners, so that they can better understand their legal rights under California’s lemon law and other consumer protection statutes. Call us toll free at (855) 4-LEMON-LAW to talk to an experienced California lemon law lawyer who will answer all of your questions about the California lemon law’s rules and requirements.
This Web site is intended to be a complete and comprehensive source of information about the California lemon law’s rules. Choose which types of rules you are interested in, and then click on a link below for further information about the California lemon law’s requirements.
Here are some of the most common car and truck defects that can entitled a consumer to a buyback under the California lemon law statute:
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California lemon law attorney Michael Vachon, LL.M. takes lemon law and car dealer fraud cases anywhere in California. Regardless of whether you live in Orange County or Ventura County, from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the Pacific coast, California’s lemon law statute protects consumers throughout the Golden State, and gives lemon vehicle owners a powerful weapon in the civil justice system. If an automobile manufacturer can’t or won’t fix a car or truck that is still under warranty, then California lemon law lawyer Michael Vachon, LL.M. is ready to help you enforce your California lemon law rights.
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