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What is the GM Lemon Law Buyback program?

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The GM Lemon Law Buyback program allows customers who believe they have purchased a faulty car to demand that the offending manufacturer buy the car back. The program is made possible through the application of the United States Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the Uniform Commercial Code.

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Although consumer protection laws are enacted federally, each state has its own Lemon Law and therefore its own rules and regulations for when a grievance can be filed against an automobile manufacturer. Owners of faulty vehicles may learn more about their state's consumer statute package and contact a Lemon Law legal firm for a consultation to move forward with litigation against GM or another manufacturer.

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