Wisconsin Consumer Laws
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Wisconsin's consumer laws were developed to protect consumers from a wide range of unfair business practices. The state has laws to prevent the development of monopolies, stop deceptive business practices, and provide consumers with legal recourse for injuries caused by a product or service. For example, Wisconsin's lemon law requires auto companies to replace a vehicle that has had persistent issues that were covered under warranty. FindLaw's Wisconsin Consumer Laws section provides resources on the state's lemon laws, antitrust protections, deceptive trade practices laws, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Wisconsin's consumer laws.
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