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GoldfarbWe have spent (and will spend) a good amount of time looking at the workings of the United States Supreme Court and there is no doubt that its decisions affect us all in many ways. However, sometimes our day-to-day lives create legal issues that can be resolved in far simpler surroundings.Let’s revisit a topic that seemed to be of interest to many people the last time it was discussed.After a house and higher education, one of the most expensive items most of us will purchase is a new car. With even modest vehicles costing more than $20,000, and many selling for $30,000 and more, a car that has defects that reveal themselves soon after purchase is far more than a disappointment. It can be a financial disaster.READ: This term’s significant Supreme Court decisionsREAD: At …
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