Omaha, NE asked in Business Law for Nebraska

Q: Have there been any cases regarding Neb. Rev. Stat. 60-1406.26?

How has the court applied the phrase "causes the sale of, or offers or attempts to sell new or used motor vehicles?"

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Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
  • Omaha, NE
  • Licensed in Nebraska

A: Nebraska revised statute 60-1406 currently only has 13 subparts (Neb. Rev. Stat. Sect. 60-1406(13) is currently the last subpart. There may have been other sections up to 26 in a previous version of the statute.

In order to find cases that cite a particular statute, there are a number of legal software programs that attorneys pay to use. The law library in the Douglas County courthouse has at least one of these search programs available for the public to use for free. The law library staff would likely be willing to show you how to open this program and where to type the statute name into the search criteria. This would help you pull up Nebraska cases that cite this statue or cite whatever phrase you are searching for.

For further assistance with legal research, you would likely have to hire an attorney to perform the legal research for you.

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