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The United States, in 1975, enacted 'Magnuson-Moss warranty act' commonly known as 'lemon laws', these laws provide a remedy to the purchasers of cars and other consumer goods if the purchased product fails to meet the quality of standard and performance. Such as, Californian 'lemon laws' presume a vehicle to be 'lemon' when, (a) the vehicle has been sent to dealer two or more than two times for repairs, during the first 18 months, or 18,000 miles whichever comes first; (b) it should substantially impair the use, value or safety of the vehicle; (c) the defect is such that so as to cause the death or injury; (d) the defect has been directly notified to the manufacturer. If a vehicle is presumed to be 'lemon', then the buyer is entitled to get his/her car replaced, or a full refund of the vehicle's cost along with the court's remedies. Therefore, this law clearly holds the manufacturer strictly liable if any of the above condition arises which is quite evident in some of the mentioned cases.