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The following are available for assistance with the Lemon Law:

a. consumer advocate groups
b. departments of your State Attorney General's office
c. legal aid
d. all of the above***

This Act requires institutions disclose what credit will actually cost the consumer.

a. Truth in Lending Act***
b. Fair Credit Reporting Act
c. Fair Credit Billing Act
d. Truth in Leasing Act

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    Hopefully you have the same test I had , if you do you'll get 100%
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