PLAINTIFF CLAIMS VEHICLE ‘NONCONFORMITY’ INVOLVES SPECIFIC BUYER'S USE Welcher v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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17 No. 3 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
December 2, 1997
Lemon Law (CA)
Copyright (c) 1997 Andrews Publications

PLAINTIFF CLAIMS VEHICLE ‘NONCONFORMITY’ INVOLVES SPECIFIC BUYER'S USE

Welcher v. General Motors Corp.

In a petition for review filed with the California Supreme Court, plaintiff John Welcher contends that the state's lemon law covers “nonconformities” which impair a vehicle's use, value or safety to the specific buyer, and is not an objective...
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