How do I file a Lemon Law in Georgia?

How do I file a Lemon Law in Georgia?

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How do I file a complaint with the Georgia attorney general?

If you have a consumer complaint, please contact our Consumer Protection Division at (404) 651-8600 or (800) 869-1123 toll free outside Metro Atlanta. You may also file a consumer complaint online.

Can I return a used car in Georgia?

Vehicles Purchased in Georgia “As Is” If you purchase a used car, SUV, truck, or van “as is”, that means the vehicle does not have a warranty and you do not have any recourse under Georgia law. You are accepting the vehicle in the condition it is currently in at the time you purchased the vehicle.

Does the lemon law apply to used cars in Georgia?

By far the greatest number of sales of used cars in Georgia are “as is” which means there is no warranty. The lack of any lemon law for used cars in Georgia means there is no warranty or lemon law protection from unscrupulous used car dealers.

What is the Sunshine Law in Georgia?

The Georgia Open Records Act, or Georgia Sunshine Law, is a series of laws designed to guarantee that the public has access to public records of government bodies at all levels in Georgia. The Georgia Open Meetings Act legislates the methods by which public meetings are conducted.

How long do I have to return a used car in GA?

I have to tell them that there is no “cooling off’ period in Georgia in the purchase of a new or used car. Georgia law only provides for a three day right to rescind in the case of door to door sales of vacuum cleaners and encyclopedias or other home solicitation sales.

Is there a 30 day lemon law in Georgia?

How long do I have to bring a claim under the Lemon Law? One year from the date you took delivery of the vehicle, or after the first 12,000 miles of use— whichever occurs first. This is called the Lemon Law rights period.

When should I call the Better Business Bureau?

You had a relationship with the business you are filing a complaint about (for example, you bought a good or service from the business). The problem with the business must have happened in the last 12 months. The business didn’t do what they agreed to do, for example, deliver a good or service.

What is the Georgia Open Records Act?

The Georgia Open Records Act is a series of laws guaranteeing the public access to public records of government bodies. Public records are those documents generated by individuals or groups in public office in the course of public service.