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AL APPEALS COURT RULES EXPERT NOT NEEDED TO PROVE WARRANTY BREACH Tucker v. General Motors Corp.

17 No. 16 ANAUTOLR 10Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

AL APPEALS COURT RULES EXPERT NOT NEEDED TO PROVE WARRANTY BREACH Tucker v. General Motors Corp.

17 No. 16 ANAUTOLR 10Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

17 No. 16 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 10
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
June 16, 1998
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Copyright (c) 1998 Andrews Publications

AL APPEALS COURT RULES EXPERT NOT NEEDED TO PROVE WARRANTY BREACH

Tucker v. General Motors Corp.

Reversing summary judgment for General Motors Corp. and a dealership on certain warranty claims, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals has ruled that testimony from an expert witness is not needed to prove a breach of warranty. The case involves an...
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