Nevada Consumer Laws
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Virtually everyone is a consumer, which means we purchase goods and services provided by others. In order to protect consumers and also maintain a strong economy, states have regulations on businesses and certain criminal laws in place. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the consumer laws of Nevada, with legalese-free descriptions of important laws protecting your rights. In this section you will find information about Nevada's lemon law, which allows a new car buyer to return their car for a replacement or a refund if it has major defects. In addition, you'll learn about antitrust laws, criminal prohibition of identity theft, laws against deceptive business practices, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Nevada consumer laws.
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