Pawtucket, RI asked in Lemon Law for Rhode Island

Q: Is this possible?

I recently had written a letter to Chrysler LLC demanding relief under MA Lemon Law if my vehicle wasn't repaired during the final attempt. The vehicle ended up being repaired but recently I received a notice from their Lawyers office stating that they didn't violate the lemon law or breach the warranty, but in the interests of customer satisfaction, they are willing to repurchase my vehicle pursuant to the formula in the lemon law. My question is, can they back out of this? I notified them that I would like to move forward and then accept the offer once they give me the offer letter (amount). I am looking to buy another vehicle to replace this one, but I am nervous that they will turn around and take back their offer to repurchase. Is this possible?

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1 Lawyer Answer
Neville Bedford
Neville Bedford
  • Licensed in Rhode Island

A: Anything is possible. Best advice: Secure a professional to assist you to ensure the deal is done right and to confirm they are making an accurate representation of the law. We have some very experienced and well seasoned attorneys working in this field here in Rhode Island. Cal the bar association for a referral if you cannot find one on your own.

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