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In Pennsylvania all vehicles leased after February 11, 2002 are covered under the PA lemon law.Unfortunately, vehicles leased before February 11, 2002 in Pennsylvania are not covered under the PA lemon law (please note that despite the lack of coverage for vehicles leased before February 11, 2002, there are still rights to compensation pursuant to the Federal Warranty Act.If the seller fails to repair or replace the defective good within a reasonable time, or if the repair or replacement would be out of proportion in cost, the buyer may ask for a: Should the seller refuse to make good on a defective product sold to you, you can bring the issue up with the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) to have them look into the matter on your behalf.CASE is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to protecting the consumer interest.In September 2016, the CPFTA was further amended to strengthen the existing measures that may be taken against errant suppliers who persist in unfair trading practices.Under the amended CPFTA, SPRING Singapore was appointed as the administering agency with investigative and enforcement powers, which includes: With effect from 1 April 2018, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) took over the administration of the CPFTA.The provisions of the Lemon Law can be found in Sections 12A to 12F of the CPFTA.The Pennsylvania Lemon Law was enacted for the express purpose of protecting consumers from buying or leasing new, but faulty, motor vehicles.
Errant suppliers who persist in unfair trade practices will be referred to CCCS for investigation.
Such legislation would protect both consumers and businesses by making the playing field more level.
In 1979, the late Mr Ivan Baptist, then President of CASE, first urged the government to consider a fair trading legislation in Parliament.
We will do our best to resolve the claim with the automobile manufacturer as quickly as possible at no cost to you.
Should the automobile manufacturer refuse to comply with lemon law requirements, we will promptly file suit on your behalf to seek compensation under the Pennsylvania Lemon Law and Federal Warranty Act.
If your case settles, all fees and costs are paid by the manufacturer.