I’ve been seeing quite a few different consignment agreements lately. One reason is because of the recent demise of Global RV Solutions in San Diego, and the people there left scrambling to attempt to get back whatever it is they can for their consigned RV.
Since it’s been a year and a half since I’ve written about consignments, I think it’s time to discuss this issue and reveal a few consignment ...<< MORE >>
What started out as something of a research project for the Los Angeles times has now evolved into law via a pair of Bills, AB 1447 and AB 1534 designed to regulate the “buy here, pay here” dealerships. I even commented on this back on November of 2011 (http://www.facebook.com/LemonLawyer/posts/254321111282232), and how they can be a “cash cow” for dealerships. Historically, there have been two problems with the “buy here, pay here” dealers, which are: (1) Churning, ...<< MORE >>
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Asked to sign two contracts.
A recent turn of events led me to uncover a series of unfair and deceptive business practices. The basic scenario is this: ...
Every car manufacturer likes to claim they are the “best,” and I’m sure they all are – at something that is very particular and narrowly tailored. I’m sure there is a car with the “best” turning radius when in reverse and turning to the left.
Unfortunately, there is no perfect method to tell you how dependable any particular car is going to be. When a company like Consumer Reports tests ...<< MORE >>
Until last Sunday, the answer was "no." A dealership was not required to show you a CarFax or any other type of “vehicle history report.” That changed in California as of July 1, 2012 when the latest changes to the California Vehicle Code went into effect.
What happened? California law now requires dealerships to obtain a National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVITIS) report before a used vehicle is offered or displayed for sale. (CarFax is one of the approved ...<< MORE >>
I am a lemon law attorney. As such, I am asked by friends, colleagues, relatives, people off the street, etc., about "what should I look for when
buying a used car?" The simple answer is that you should look for a mechanic! That's not the answer they were looking for, and that's not the answer you are looking for.
Luckily - Consumer Reports recently published their 2012 Annual Auto Issue, and ...