Your state may have a lemon law, which could give you some recourse. And if there was fraud involved (the seller lied), you have a civil claim. You might sue in small claims court if it's a relatively small amount, or hire a lawyer if it was a more expensive car.
Good luck!AnswerActually there are only 6 states which have Used Car Lemon Laws, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, and New York to be exact. Each of the mentioned states have different definitions of what actually qualifies as a "Lemon". You should visit the official DMV for more information and procedures if you live in one of the 6 mentioned States.
Look up the lemon law for kansas. Most states have a three day lemon law.
Yes I believe it applies every where in the U.S. Since it is sold as is you can not sue someone.
Usually no because most private party purchases are made to purchase as-is unless you have something stating otherwise; of course you can always go back and ask but unless you are extremely lucky and the guy is nice you bought his lemon.
The lemon law only applies to new vehicles.
Yes, you can. If you just bought it from some guy, you're probably not going to get anywhere. If you bought it from a car dealership you might have a claim.
Sounds like you bought a lemon. Check out the lemon law.
Lemon Law applies no matter what the warranty says.
No, the lemon law is not for used cars. It is for a new car you bought that is a lemon and a car that the dealer is unable to repair. Check with you state Attorney General for the details of your states lemon law.
The lemon law applies to any motor vehicle bought in the state of Nevada.
It usually applies to something you buy. If you bought something recently and it is not as described then the lemon law comes into effect. It protects you from having to have a faulty product.
There are so many options and variables needed to answer this question. Try the link from consumer affairs to the lower left concerning lemon laws. If you think you have a good case, mention this to the people who you bought the car from or consult legal advice. Good Luck! Be very careful--it is a common misconception that folks can just return a car back to the dealer under the lemon law--you have to file a claim, be it with the BBB or a consumer attorney. Know your rights. For more info, visit my bio page.
Slim to none. Usually cars bought via private party are sold 'as is', which means the seller makes no warranties to the vehicles condition or mechanical problems. In other words, WYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get - no more, and no less.
Lemon law in California is a law that that deals with defective items, mostly vehicles, and the rights of the consumer as well. This prevents people from abusing the system.
Most states have no "lemon law" on used automobiles. Most used vehicles are sold "as-is". Chances are, you have no legal rights and the dealer is trying to help you.
Can I freeze lemon meringue pie? The answer is Not if it's homemade. The store bought frozen are so loaded with crap ........ (;Now For Pineapple cream pie, ... Freezing meringue pies. How can you think about putting your freshly baked lemon meringue pie in the freezer. again no. the store bought are loaded with crap.............But if store bout u can freeze it.homeade...NO
A lemon law buyback title is when a car is sold by a dealer or private seller with defects or problems that they knew about but did not tell the buyer on purchase. This protects against scams.
u can put lemon on it like how you would with any other part of your body
In American slang, a "lemon" is a car that causes more trouble that it is worth, as in "I bought a car from that dealership, but it turned out to be a lemon."In Australian slang, a "lemon" is a lesbian (originally just a sour woman), as in "This town seems full of lemons."In Cockney rhyming slang, a "lemon" is a favor -" lemon flavour" - as in "Gi' us a lemon, mate."Further Discussion:A lemon is any unexpectedly defective or undesirable thing or person, usually said of bad choices, as in "We picked a lemon when we chose that guy," or of unsellable cars (in the motor trade), or new-bought cars that develop mysterious serial problems. To hand someone a lemon is to swindle.A lemon is sour, therefore something is called a lemon when it does not work correctly. The fact that you bought something that doesn't work leaves "a sour taste in your mouth".To purchase a "Lemon" is to purchase something that has not met your standards, or which is not a good purchase. It is usually used in the context of car dealing, and if something is a lemon, it is junk. If a car you recently bought breaks down quite often, it would be classified as a 'lemon.'It means that you bought a piece of junk. A lemon, when referring to a car, is a nice looking or decent looking car that is broken or can't work.A "lemon" is specifically a car that runs poorly for no apparent reason. The idiom is also used for anything you buy or get that turns out to be no good.Examples:"I let a used car dealer talk me into buying what I thought was a great car for the price, but it turned out to be a lemon. Nothing works on it, the bumper fell off, and I cannot convince the dealer to give me a refund.""I bought the minivan new, and thought it would work great, but it turned out to be a lemon. I had to bring it back to the dealer five times in the first six weeks I owned it."In adult content:'Lemon' (commonly used in online stories, or descriptions of stories) means 'a sexual scene'. Another phrase is 'lime', but it is less common. Note that lemon means there are descriptions of activities, and often body parts. Citrus would mean more along the lines of sensual scenes without sex, but are still descriptive. The term 'lemon' is usually reserved for online.In fan fiction, a 'lemon' is a scene or story that includes explicitly described sex. It is a slang term used in fanfictions to warn of sexually explicit material.lemon=sexlime=close, but no sexyaoi= male on maleyuri=girl on girlslash-or a / put between names=same sex relationshipE.g.: Story Description: Lots of drama, horror, and love. Rated M for lemons.
it doesn't unless it is 100% lemon juice not store bought like country time lemonade it needs to be natural lemon juice not high fructose corn syrup with very little sugar
The lemon law is a law protecting car buyers from used car purchases. If a vehicle is not as reliable as it is represented, the buyer has certain legal rights to pursue if they choose to do so.
The Lemon test was formulated by Chief Justice Warren Burger in the majority opinion in Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971). Lemon dealt with Rhode Island and Pennsylvania programs that supplemented the salaries of teachers in religiously based, private schools for teaching secular subjects. The Court struck down both programs as violating the establishment clause.