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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

 9:13 AM 

Senate to take up lemon law, tenant changes

The state Senate will be back on the floor today with a calendar that includes changes to the state’s lemon law, more changes to the tenant-landlord relationship and the creation of a crossbow deer hunting season.

The lemon law changes in AB 200 represent a compromise between Rep. Bill Kramer, R-Waukesha, and trial attorneys. It would remove consumers’ ability to receive double damages in those cases and tighten the deadline for bringing a lawsuit from six years to three years after purchasing the vehicle. Consumers would still be able to get a refund or a comparable vehicle.

The landlord bill, SB 179, would alter the way evictions and disposal of property are handled while undercutting some local ordinances.

And AB 194 would allow a crossbow season to run concurrently to the archery deer season. The Assembly previously approved the bill, but it was amended in a Senate committee as part of a compromise between the two houses.


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