Missouri Farm Lemon Law

April 20, 2010

The Missouri state lemon law only applies to “vehicles propelled by power other than muscular power” and typically excludes vehicles normally used for a commercial purpose.

But in 1987, Missouri passed a Missouri Farm Lemon Law, almost identical to the Missouri Lemon Law. The most critical difference is that the Missouri Farm Lemon Law specifically applies to Farm Machinery. Farm Machinery is almost any self-propelled equipment or machinery used for agricultural purposes.

Like the Missouri Lemon Law for cars and trucks, the Missouri farm Lemon Law covers new farm machinery purchased in the last 18 months. If you have been to the dealership five or more times for repair attempts or if your machinery has been at the dealership for more than 30 working days, then you may be able to ask the manufacturer to take the vehicle back and refund your money.

If you have any questions about this law, please contact Law Office of Bryan Brody.


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