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www.reference.com/article/pennsylvania-lemon-law-c9700e2e53385119

The Pennsylvania Lemon Law requires manufacturers to replace vehicles or refund purchases if they are unable to repair defective vehicles after three reasonable attempts, according to Kimmel & Silverman, P.C. The law is designed to protect vehicle owners from being undu...

www.reference.com/article/lemon-law-fd58f169b78db340

Lemon laws exist nationwide as protective legal mechanisms for consumers purchasing used cars; these laws entitle consumers to safe cars free of unknown faults and defects. In the United States, lemon laws cover consumers in all 50 states, but the states maintain discre...

www.reference.com/article/pennsylvania-s-rules-common-law-marriage-a1d6f07f6acbaf68

The state of Pennsylvania stopped allowing new common law marriages as of Jan. 2, 2005, notes the Erie County Bar Association. The state does recognize valid common law marriages established before that date, if the parties can prove they met the requirements before th...

www.reference.com/article/pennsylvania-dog-laws-53300865ca99205e

Pennsylvania dog laws address licensing, service dogs, kennels, adoptions and sterilization, notes Michigan State University's Animal Legal and Historical Center. Several statutes cover the state's authority to seize and dispose of certain dogs, such as those with rabie...

www.reference.com/article/used-car-lemon-law-4cd85678c6dd2e2e

The used car lemon law declares that a car is a "lemon" if it has required four or more repairs during the warranty period or has been unusable for 30 days during that time. The exact specifications differ by state, but a lemon warrants refund or replacement from the de...

www.reference.com/article/lemon-laws-apply-used-cars-343740871abf971d

Lemon laws for used-car buyers only exist in six states as of March 2015. These states provide a statutory used-car warranty based on the age or mileage of the vehicle. If the vehicle exhibits issues during the warranty phase, the dealer must fix the problem or replace ...

www.reference.com/article/state-laws-adoption-pennsylvania-e48f6b1a27c1d9cd

Pennsylvania allows married couples and singles to adopt children, according to FindLaw. In the absence of a child-related crime record, any adult over 21 years of age with a good salary and a house is eligible to adopt a child in Pennsylvania, states Adoption.com.