Blog Posts in November, 2008

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  • The Lemon Law and Presumption
    The Lemon Law and Presumption

    You’ve heard the old adage, "If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck." We would say, you might presume it’s a duck. Sure, there’s an outside chance it’s an ...

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  • Transmission-Top 10 Defects
    Transmission-Top 10 Defects

    The sample data for this study was taken from approximately 100 of our most recent Lemon Law case files. Many of these cases had several of the defects listed below. The data is very recent (it covers ...

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  • Stop Putting Out Fires (Shoot the Idiots Who Start Them)
    Stop Putting Out Fires (Shoot the Idiots Who Start Them)

    When I taught "Total Quality Management", I had Problem Solving Teams run the following exercise in selected departments. It was a successful way of finding problem areas for process improvement. This ...

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  • Use-Value-Safety Three Essentials of The Lemon Law
    Use-Value-Safety Three Essentials of The Lemon Law

    In the Lemon Law, the concept of substantial impairment of the use , value or safety of a new motor vehicle to the buyer or lessee is one of the basic tests that determine the validity of a case. ...

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  • A Lemon Law Case is Dependant on the Existence of Repair Orders
    A Lemon Law Case is Dependant on the Existence of Repair Orders

    What's the big deal with repair orders? Here's the short answer: No repair orders, no lemon law case. Just to be sure you really understand, I'll say it again: No repair orders, no lemon law case. The ...

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