Lemon Law Napoleon OH

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John Stewart Collier
P. O. Box 502
Napoleon, OH
Education
University of Toledo
State Licensing
Ohio

Edmund George Peper Jr.
(419) 592-3816
555 Monroe St
Napoleon, OH
Education
Ohio State University
State Licensing
Ohio

Richard Alan Fisher
(419) 599-1010
P.O. Box 605, 822 Oakwood Avenue
Napoleon, OH
Education
Ohio State University
State Licensing
Ohio

Keith Paul Muehlfeld
(419) 592-5926
Courthouse 660 N Perry St, Suite 301
Napoleon, OH
Education
University of Toledo
State Licensing
Ohio

Jeffrey Roy Lankenau
(419) 592-0010
105 West Main Street
Napoleon, OH
Education
Ohio State University
State Licensing
Ohio

John Herm Hanna
(419) 599-1010
822 Oakwood Avenue, P.O. Box 605
Napoleon, OH
Education
University of Toledo
State Licensing
Ohio

David Michael Grahn
(419) 592-3503
P. O. Box 151, 255 West Riverview
Napoleon, OH
Education
University of Toledo
State Licensing
Ohio

Michael James Wesche
(419) 592-0010
105 West Main Street
Napoleon, OH
Education
Case Western Reserve University
State Licensing
Ohio

Thomas Ray Manahan
(419) 592-8300
614 North Perry Street
Napoleon, OH
Education
University of Toledo
State Licensing
Ohio

Aaron John Maassel
(419) 599-1200
733 North Perry Street, Suite #11
Napoleon, OH
Education
Case Western Reserve University
State Licensing
Ohio

What is a Lemon Law?

Answer:
A lemon law entitles a customer to compensation

or replacement options on a new vehicle that has a significant defect which could not be repaired by the manufacturer. If your vehicle has a defect which impacts its safety, use or value, and you have given the manufacturer ample chance to repair it without seeing any change, you have a lemon.

Lemon laws differ from state to state in the agencies of arbitration, the number of chances to repair allowed to the manufacturer, the amount of compensation, and the period within which a lemon has to be reported to the manufacturer.

If you feel you purchased a Lemon it's best to consult with an Attorney that specializes in Lemon Laws of your State. 

Remember, always ask the seller if the vehicle has been wrecked, flooded or damaged in any way.  Under law, they are required to give you that information.  It's a good idea to get a carfax report on the vehicle. If a claim has been turned into a Car Insurance company then it will show up in a carfax report.
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