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2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: I need a free or very affordable/flexible bankruptcy attorney and possibly maybe help or advice with a lemon law case.

I’m desperately seeking affordable services on bankruptcy and advice on a Jeep Wrangler I bought that turned out to be a huge money pit and problems. (Lemon law)? Any ideas or advice to help get this rolling.?

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Apr 30, 2024

Finding affordable legal assistance for bankruptcy and potential lemon law issues can be challenging, but there are resources that can help you manage these situations. For bankruptcy, consider looking into legal aid organizations in your area. These non-profits provide free or low-cost services to... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Admiralty / Maritime and Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: when purchasing a boat do rules like disclosure, or cancelling the deal come into play

put down payment on boat was told one thing about condition of transmission and found it to be otherwise went to cancel deal within 72 hours and was told that he was going to treat as a failed sale and consider it a voluntary repo and he doesn't have to give my money back when the whole time... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Oct 26, 2021

There is no 72 hr cancellation privilege unless your sales contract provided one. But then there is not one for anything else either (one of the most popular misconceptions by consumers) except under the door to door solicitations rule (if a salesman sells you something at your front door without... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Elder Law, Real Estate Law, Construction Law and Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: I purchased a 1971 mobile home in October 2019 October. I started having major problems right away

Roof leaking . Kitchen cabinets falling in. Bathroom plumbing backed up. Kitchen sink leaking which took 5 times to fix. Ceiling leaks in bedroom, bathroom, and smaller bedroom, and around the front door. I was told the house was worked on by professionals, yet when I tried to get information... View More

Theressa Hollis
Theressa Hollis
answered on Oct 27, 2020

I recommend you contact the Oregon Dept. of Justice's Consumer Protection hotline at 503-378-4320 or toll-free in Oregon at 877-877-9392.

As you've learned, inspections should always be done before purchasing.

Because you are low income Legal Aid Services of Oregon may be...
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1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: What are the laws on having to take back a puppy and give refund that you sold a year ago?

We sold a French bulldog puppy exactly about 1 year ago and now the buyers want their money back or a new puppy because they say the dog throws up. We are not "breeders" and won't be having any other litters. This is the first time we have heard from the buyers. Their vet told... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Nov 14, 2019

Unless you sold the dog with some sort of warranty or made material misrepresentations when making the sale, I know of no grounds for them to be able to demand their money back or to otherwise rescind the transaction. A year later? Hard to figure what the buyer is thinking. No one should take... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: : I would like to know if my case is good to have a lawsuit related to Washington State Lemon law
Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Sep 24, 2018

Afraid you need to post your inquiry - preferably with more facts since no one can tell you much of anything when all you say is you want to know if you have a case without saying anything about why you might have a case - in the Washington section of Justia rather than in Oregon. Only a... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Consumer Law and Lemon Law for Oregon on
Q: I purchased a used car and they didnt undisclose issues can i sue them?

I purchased a car from a used dealership bought the car and drove home the next day my car stalled on the highway on me almost causing a accident also the day I purchased the vehicle that night I asked the dealer why the headlights were so dim he said its the bulbs but apparently they were broken... View More

Joanne Reisman
Joanne Reisman
answered on Mar 30, 2017

This isn't my area of expertise so you will probably need to still look for an attorney that specializes in used car purchase issues. What I can tell you is that the buyer usually has the responsibility to completely inspect a used car before purchasing. It is wise to call in a professional... View More

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Q: I bought an RV on Friday used as is Can I cancel it and return the RV and sue him for fraud?

I bought an RV on Friday used as is knowing it had water damage that was dried out and asked the seller if the RV was still leaking and had mold her verbally told me no. Told me he had been doing this for 25 years that he was the main Company manger and a few hundred bucks and it would be fixed.... View More

Mr. Michael O. Stevens
Mr. Michael O. Stevens
answered on May 23, 2016

If you successfully cancel the check, you would not be able to sue for fraud since you would then have no damages. Otherwise, you could sue for fraud, but you might have difficulty winning given you purchased it as is, and there could be a legitimate difference of opinion as to how much it would... View More

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