Mazda Issued Inaccurate Warranty Notices, Suit Says

Law360, New York (April 8, 2013, 8:22 PM EDT) -- Mazda Motor Corp. was recently hit with a putative class action in New Jersey court alleging the company issued a warranty notice to customers that misstated the requirements for pursuing a refund on a defective vehicle.

Plaintiff Thomas Gordon said in his complaint, dated April 1, that Mazda’s warranty notice does not comply with New Jersey’s Truth in Contract Consumer Warranty and Notice Act, its Lemon Law, or its Consumer Fraud Act, because it lists requirements for getting a refund on a defective car that are...
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