The Vachon Law Firm recently commenced a lawsuit against Maadarani Motors, of Lancaster, California, in a lawsuit alleging that the defendant car dealership breached California’s lemon law statute and the Consumers Legal Remedies Act. The case is titled McDuffie v. Maadarani Motors, et al. (L.A. County Superior Court Case No. MC024242).
Lemon Law Allegations Against Maadarani Motors
The Plaintiff in the McDuffie v. Maadarani Motors lawsuit is a Lancaster, California resident who visited Maadarani Motors in February 2013, where he looked at a used 2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK. According to the lawsuit’s Complaint, a Maadarani Motors representative told the Plaintiff that the Mercedes CLK, like all of the dealer’s automobiles, was a “certified pre-owned” automobile that came with a three-month/3,000 mile warranty.
The Plaintiff thereafter purchased the Mercedes CLK; however, the Plaintiff alleges that in selling the Mercedes CLK Maadarani Motors failed to give him a copy of the Mercedes CLK’s certification checklist. The Complaint goes on to allege that shortly after the purchase the Mercedes CLK developed a serious transmission defect that Maadarani Motors was unable to properly diagnose and repair notwithstanding its multiple repair attempts. Based on these allegations, the lawsuit’s Complaint asserts causes of action for breach of express warranty and breach of implied warranty (under California’s lemon law), and violation of California’s Consumers Legal Remedies Act.
Click the image below to read a copy of the lawsuit’s Second Amended Complaint:
It is important to remember that the filing of a lawsuit does not necessarily mean that the allegations made in its complaint are true. In this case, Maadarani Motors has denied all wrongdoing, and the Los Angeles County Superior Court has not yet ruled on whether or not Maadarani Motors violated applicable laws.
Want to Talk to a Lemon Law Lawyer About Maadarani Motors?
Did you buy a “certified pre-owned” car at Maadarani Motors which suffers from an unrepaired defect? Was the dealer unable or unwilling to repair the problem? If so, the Vachon Law Firm may be able to help. We specialize in California lemon law, car dealer fraud, and repossession cases. Call us today at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW (1-855-453-6665). You can also email us your questions.
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