Texas Commercial Code (UCC) Litigation
The Texas Uniform Commercial Code may be a good alternative for consumers who have a lemon law related claim in Texas. The Texas “UCC” is beneficial in that the statute of limitation (the time period for which the consumer must file suit) is four years. Whereas the statute of limitation for the Texas lemon law is usually 24 months or 24,000 miles -- whichever occurs first.
The Texas Commercial Code applies to most sales transaction. It allows a consumer to revoke acceptance of a lemon car. In order to prevail under this law, the lemon vehicle must have defects that have not been repaired within a reasonable number of attempts; where such defects substantially impairs the value of the vehicle.
The consumer should notify the car seller as soon as possible that the consumer intends to return the “lemon car” and is thereby revoking acceptance of the vehicle. Such notification should be in writing.
About Our Texas Lemon Law and Texas Commercial Code Law Office:
A consumer who has bought a lemon car is often faced with the issue of fighting against big car manufacturers and experienced car dealers. The Texas Commercial Code and the Texas Lemon law both are full of potential traps for the unwary. Sometimes, one mistake is all it takes to lose your right under the Texas Lemon Law or Texas Commercial Code. Please contact us as soon as possible at 1.888.333.3813 for a free case review.