Selling loaner Car Violated NJ Consumer Fraud Act

December 27, 2012 by Jonathan Rudnick

The Law Journal is reporting a Consumer Fraud Act (UDAP) case wherein the seller of a car did not advise that a car was used as a loaner violated the Consumer Fraud Act.

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Consumer Fraud Act Violated by Not Revealing Used Car's History
In an apparent ruling of first impression in New Jersey, a car dealer has been held in violation of the Consumer Fraud Act for selling a used car without disclosing its prior use as a loaner.

This is consistent with what I have been stating for years. If a used car dealer does not not make disclosures of material facts there is a violation of New Jersey Law, Consumer Fraud Act