Georgia Lemon Law for Dummies

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People who have troubles with their newly acquired cars often cower from Georgia Lemon Law thinking that it is beyond their understanding or only those who don smart ties and dark leather suitcases are fit to study state legislations. There can never be farther from the truth laws are made for people, not people made for laws. In this article, we deconstruct the nature of Lemon Law in Georgia into three manageable chunks: its subject, processes, and compensation.

Subject. A lemon is a car or vehicle that, simply put, conks out due to manufacturing defects without the owners knowledge at the time of purchase. The defects must be serious enough that the car is rendered beyond professional repair. Needless to say, a car that has seen better days (or was acquired not as brand new) is not included. Moreover, the people who are eligible in summoning this law must be those who are buying vehicles for private use. Companies with more than ten workers and earn an annual income of 10,000 dollars are likewise excluded.

Why do people use lemon law? To protect them from purchasing vehicles that did not meet automotive standards. A car costs a lot and if it does not run the...

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