Because the filing deadline and other requirements are very specific, call the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Lemon Law Section for more information or assistance concerning warranty repair problems at (888) 368-4689, or promptly consult legal counsel of your choice.
How to File a Texas Lemon Law Claim. The simplest way to file a Texas Lemon Law claim with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles is to fill out the official Online Lemon Law Complaint form.There is a $35 fee to file a complaint.
The following is a brief explanation of most relevant provisions of the Texas lemon law. The complete text of the lemon law can be found at Texas Rev. Civ. Stat. Ann. title 14, §§ 2301.001 et seq.
Once again, federal law supplements the protections of the Texas Lemon Law and provides consumers with at least 4 years to pursue a claim. How do I file a lemon law claim in Texas? The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can help you to file a claim to make sure that you meet all of the regulatory requirements for doing so.
The Texas Lemon Law statute and the federal Lemon Law (the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) provide for compensation to Texas consumers of defective automobiles and trucks and other vehicles and products including motorcycles, RV’s, boats, computers and other consumer appliances and products.. To qualify under the Texas lemon law on cars you must generally have a vehicle that suffered multiple ...
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The Texas lemon law helps provide compensation to consumers in possession of faulty vehicles. Not all vehicles qualify for a claim and not all claims are successful. The damage must hinder the use, value or safety of the vehicle to be classified as defective.
Texas Lemon Laws at a Glance. All states have so-called "lemon" laws on the books, which protect consumers from being stuck with an inoperable or unusually problematic new car. Lemon laws (think of them as mandatory new car warranty laws) generally require the manufacturer to either provide a new car or a cash refund to consumers who buy a lemon.
Yes; the Lemon Law does apply to computers as well vehicles. In fact, it applies to any consumer goods sold anywhere in the U.S. costing $25.00 or more, referred to as the Federal Lemon Law. But overall, there are two all-encompassing umbrellas of protection afforded to consumers in the U.S.:
Many Texans wonder whether if they purchase a dog from a breeder and the dog becomes sick, do they have a right to a refund? This is sometimes referred to as a "Puppy Lemon Law." While some states have laws specific to this transaction, Texas does not. Below are resources that discuss laws which may be relevant to this situation.