Alabama Lemon Law

Alabama Lemon Law Statutes

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the respective meanings as indicated:

Section 8-20A-2 Obligations of manufacturer.

Section 8-20A-3 Cause of action against manufacturer.

Section 8-20A-4 Resale of returned motor vehicle.
If a motor vehicle has been returned to the manufacturer under the provisions of this chapter or a similar statute of another state, whether as the result of a legal action or as the result of an informal dispute settlement proceeding, it may not be resold in this state unless:

Section 8-20A-5 No dealership liability. Nothing in this chapter imposes any liability upon a motor vehicle dealer or authorized dealer or creates a cause of action by a consumer against a motor vehicle dealer or authorized dealer. A motor vehicle dealer or authorized dealer may not be made a party defendant in any action involving or relating to this chapter. The manufacturer shall not charge back or require reimbursement by a motor vehicle dealer or authorized dealer for any costs, including, but not limited to, any refunds or vehicle replacements, incurred by the manufacturer arising out of this chapter.

Section 8-20A-6 Statute of limitations. Any action brought under this chapter against the manufacturer shall be commenced within three years following the date of original delivery of the motor vehicle to the consumer.

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