Every day, unsuspecting buyers purchase cars and other vehicles that are defective. It is a common practice for unscrupulous people to unload vehicles that they know have serious problems. They do this by misleading the prospective buyers. This leaves many buyers in a lurch without a vehicle to drive and expensive car repair bills. A qualified Texas lemon law attorney offers wise legal help on how to handle these situations.
Time Constraints Must Be Followed for the Laws to Take Effect
Before the lemon laws in your state can take effect and help you with getting compensation for a defective vehicle considered a lemon under state law, there are legal rules that apply. These usually involve allowing for the previous owner to fix or replace the vehicle. Typically, this only happens when the vehicle is under repair for a certain number of days after the sale. The best way to know what to do is to get in touch with a Texas lemon law attorney familiar with Texas lemon laws.
Car Sellers Do Have Time to Repair or Replace Car Defects
When a car or other vehicle is purchased by a legal car dealership, these car sellers are under obligation to keep track of warranties, manufacturer recalls and other related matters. Most states give these sellers time to fix the issues. However, it can be difficult to track down the true history of a used vehicle and a lawyer can access records. To know more please visit Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® today.