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39:10-26 Motor vehicle dealer selling vehicle that does not

39:10-26Motor vehicle dealer selling vehicle that does not meet standard

imprisonment shall not exceed 6 months; disorderly persons offense

fine up to $1000 per2C:43-3 2C:43-8

39:10-26Standards for used motor vehicles for sale
Unless otherwise provided in this act, no motor vehicle dealer shall sell at retail any used passenger motor vehicle to be registered in this State, unless such vehicle, meets the standards for the issuance of a certificate of approval as provided in chapter 8 of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes.

L.1971, c. 76, s. 1.

39:10-27. Failure to meet standards; liability of seller
In the event that any such used passenger motor vehicle is sold at retail and has any defect, which results in its rejection for failure to meet the standards for issuance of such a certificate of approval, in the absence of a waiver as provided in this act, the seller shall make, or cause to be made, all the necessary repairs, without charge, or return the full purchase price to the purchaser; provided that such defect or defects are not the result of the purchasers own act.

L.1971, c. 76, s. 2.

39:10-28. Specification of intended registration in written agreement; informing purchaser of dealers responsibilities
Prior to entering into any agreement for the retail sale of a used passenger motor vehicle, the dealer shall inquire as to whether the vehicle to be purchased is intended for registration in this State in the condition sold and, if so, such fact shall be specified in the written agreement between the dealer and the purchaser, and the dealer, prior to execution of the agreement of sale, shall inform the purchaser of the dealers responsibilities under this act.

39:10-29. Waiver of dealers obligation; effect
Any agreement of retail sale may contain a provision whereby the purchaser waives the dealers obligation under section 2 of this act; provided, however, any such waiver must be separately stated in the agreement of retail sale and separately signed by the purchaser.

The signing of such a waiver by the purchaser shall also serve to eliminate any criminal responsibility placed upon any motor vehicle dealer by this act.

L.1971, c. 76, s. 4.

39:10-30. Violations; penalty
Any dealer who fails to comply with the provisions of this act is a disorderly person.

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