Chapter 106 - RULES FOR ADMINISTERING STATE LEMON LAW ARBITRATION

  1. § 239-106-1 - PURPOSE AND DEFINITIONS
  2. § 239-106-2 - ARBITRATION REQUESTS
  3. § 239-106-3 - PROCESSING OF ARBITRATION FORMS
  4. § 239-106-4 - NOTIFICATION AND SCHEDULING OF ARBITRATION HEARINGS
  5. § 239-106-5 - MANUFACTURER'S RESPONSE TO ARBITRATION REQUEST
  6. § 239-106-6 - RESCHEDULING ARBITRATION HEARINGS
  7. § 239-106-7 - DEFAULTS
  8. § 239-106-8 - WITHDRAWAL BY CONSUMER
  9. § 239-106-9 - REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
  10. § 239-106-10 - THE HEARING
  11. § 239-106-11 - THE DECISION
  12. § 239-106-12 - DISPUTING THE ARBITRATOR'S DECISION
  13. § 239-106-13 - NOTIFYING THE CONSUMER
  14. § 239-106-14 - ADDITIONAL ARBITRATIONS
  15. § 239-106-15 - NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
  16. § 239-106-16 - SANCTIONS
  17. § 239-106-17 - DAMAGED VEHICLES
  18. § 239-106-18 - MANUFACTURER'S REPORTS TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
  19. § 239-106-19 - BINDING SETTLEMENTS
  20. § 239-106-20 - LEASED VEHICLES
  21. § 239-106-21 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: This chapter describes the procedures for administering the State Lemon Law Arbitration Program established at 10 M.R.S.A. §§1161 - 1169. The Arbitration Program arbitrates consumer complaints dealing with new motor vehicles that may be so defective as to qualify for equitable relief under the Maine Lemon Law. Pursuant to 10 M.R.S.A. §1169, the Department of the Attorney General is responsible for administering the Arbitration Program and for promulgating these Rules.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
January 17, 1990
AMENDED:
May 9, 1990 (EMERGENCY)
October 1, 1990 - Section 15
NON-SUBSTANTIVE CORRECTIONS:
April 4, 2000
AMENDED:
April 4, 2000

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