Montana Consumer Laws
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Whether or not you consider yourself a "consumer," you probably are. If you buy groceries, rent an apartment, or pay to go see a movie, you are a consumer. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the consumer-based laws of Montana, with a wide selection of laws spanning criminal, business, real estate, and other legal practice areas. This section includes articles on consumer crimes such as identity theft, Ponzi and pyramid schemes, and credit/debit card fraud. You'll also find information about the state's lemon law, which requires car dealers to replace the vehicle or refund the purchase price if a new car doesn't perform as advertised within a year after multiple attempts to fix it. Learn more by clicking on a link below.
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