DID YOU KNOW THE BUYER DOES NOT HAVE TO BEWARE IN NEW JERSEY??
Many of us have heard the phrase, “let the buyer beware.” That statement allows little relief to a customer. That statement does not reflect current law in New Jersey. Here, we have a more ethical approach in business dealings with one another. In NJ, each of us may rely on representations made by another in a business transaction. New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act protects us from unfair business practices.
Misrepresentation is defined as an untrue statement made about a fact which is important or significant to the sale/advertisement, and is communicated to another person to create the possibility that other person will be misled. A “misrepresentation” is a statement made to deceive or mislead.
If you have suffered damages due to misrepresentation, contact the experienced attorneys at Trimble & Armano to get the help you deserve.
Our attorneys are compassionate and dedicated to the needs of our clients. As a result, our attorneys and staff begin working on cases immediately and do not stop until our clients are satisfied. For a free initial consultation on your legal matter, Contact Trimble & Armano today.