NJ Lawmakers Seek To Extend Lemon Law To Used Cars

Law360, New York (April 26, 2013, 7:09 PM EDT) -- Members of the New Jersey Senate and Assembly on Thursday introduced two bills that would expand consumer protections under the state’s lemon law by allowing consumers to return used — not just new — vehicles that are materially defective for full repayment.

Senate Bill 2712 and Assembly Bill 4024 would both allow consumers to walk away from vehicles with major nonconformities or material defects that substantially impair the use, value and safety of the car, giving them the leeway to request that the dealer immediately rebuy...
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