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Consumer Protection – Car Purchase – Arbitration – Fraudulent Inducement – MMWA (access required)

A buyer who experienced multiple problems with the 2001 Jaguar he bought from defendant is required to arbitrate his claim that the buyer's order that included a mandatory arbitration clause was obtained by fraudulent inducement, and other claims, but he can litigate his claim under Sect. 2310(d) of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act because the MMWA ...

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