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April 2020 Archives

What you need to know about warranty contracts

Customers enter into contracts with businesses for various reasons. They may do so in hopes of purchasing a product from them. Consumers may also enter into an agreement with a company in hopes of getting them to perform some type of service that they need. Either way, it can cause a lot of problems when a business breaches their contract that they've entered into or warranty that they've extended to a customer.

What type of job discrimination is prohibited under Title VII

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) prohibits discrimination based on race, religion, creed, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, national origin or disability in the workplace and other areas. Victims of domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault may be overlooked when it comes to being protected under Title VII though.

What laws protect your consumer rights here in West Virginia?

The concept of caveat emptor or buyer beware doesn't apply when it comes to individuals who engage in deceptive business practices. There are two entities, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB), that aim to protect consumers from business fraud. There are also many consumer protection laws on the books that protect Americans from unfair, deceptive and/or anti-competitive business practices.

How lemon laws work

When someone buys a used vehicle, generally the notion of caveat emptor, or buyer beware, comes into play. Generally, with a used vehicle, there are no implied warranties or guarantees about its workmanship or condition unless specifically stated. The same logic doesn't apply to new car sales, though.

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