Subaru v. Peters (1998 Lemon Law Decision)

June 5, 1998

OPINION BY JUSTICE A. CHRISTIAN COMPTON

FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF LYNCHBURG

Mosby G. Perrow, III, Judge

This is the first case we have decided by written opinion under the Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act (the Act), Code §§ 59.1-207.9 through –207.16:1, since its 1984 adoption. Acts 1984, ch. 773.

The Act, Virginia’s so-called “Lemon Law,” generally provides that if a consumer has purchased a motor vehicle for nonbusiness purposes and reports, within a specified period of time, a defect or nonconformity covered by the motor vehicle manufacturer’s express warranty, the manufacturer or its agent must perform the repairs necessary to correct the problem. If the vehicle cannot be conformed to the warranty after a reasonable number of attempts, the consumer is entitled to replacement of the vehicle or refund of the purchase price.

Read the full decision below!

http://lw.bna.com/lw/19980623/971821.htm

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