Colorado Consumer Laws
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With countless transactions happening every day in the Rocky Mountain State, it's no wonder that Colorado has a system of laws in place to help protect consumers from mistreatment. These consumer protection laws include laws to punish deceptive or unfair business practices, laws to prevent the development of monopolies, and laws to provide injured consumers with legal recourse for their injuries. For example, under Colorado's lemon law, auto companies are required to replace any car with a serious "noncomformity" within one year of the date of purchase. If you have questions about the state's lemon law or any other of Colorado's consumer laws, this section is a great place to start. Click on one of the links below to learn more.
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