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Consumer Protection – Auto Purchase – Fraud – Pleading – 'Clipped Car' (access required)

A woman who sued a Danville car dealer for common-law fraud could recover under a theory that she would not have purchased the car if she had realized that the car was "clipped" - cobbled together from two separate halves - and that the back half had higher mileage than the front half; the district ...

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