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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Business Law and Lemon Law for Utah on
Q: Is it legal to deny a person a foreign vehicle when applying for an auto loan?

I bought a vehicle from a dealership 6 months ago I just found out a week and a half ago that the vehicle they sold me was stolen they told me to bring back the vehicle and they would get me a new vehicle and now when I put my application in I was told that I don't qualify for European... View More

Kenneth Prigmore
Kenneth Prigmore
answered on Dec 6, 2022

I am not aware of a law preventing a specific individual from owning a foreign car. Some foreign cars will have difficulty being imported to the US without a lot of paperwork, but I can't imagine how a particular individual would be prevented from making a purchase.

Also, it is...
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Q: Why are law schools still admitting law students when the legal market is over-saturated?
Wesley Winsor
Wesley Winsor
answered on Mar 4, 2019

You question smacks of cynicism, but I'll play along. The simple answer goes back to economics. They are offering a product, a J.D., for a certain price and there are willing buyers at that price (students matriculating).

That being said, I don't know a single attorney who has...
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1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Utah on
Q: I bought a car from a dealership as is Well it broke down on my way home they didn't let me test drive it

They also said they didn't know of anything wrong with it well it broke down on my way home which is about maybe 7 miles.

What can I do??

Andrew Spainhower
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answered on Sep 7, 2016

In Utah, the lemon law does not apply to used vehicles. The rights and duties of the parties are likely outlined in the contract and or warranty you signed at the time of the sale. For more, check out:

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