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December 17, 2018

Eric Johnson and Tom Hudson publish article in RV News: Impatient Consumer Loses Right to Revoke Acceptance of RV

In their monthly article in RV News, Eric Johnson and Tom Hudson present an analysis of Accettura v. Vacationland, Inc., an Illinois RV dealer. A couple verbally revoked acceptance of the RV they purchased, but the dealer refused to return their money. The couple sued Vacationland for revocation of acceptance under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (MMWA), breach of the implied warranty of merchantability under the MMWA and revocation of acceptance and cancellation of the contract under the Illinois version of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Eric and Tom explain why both the Illinois trial court and the Appellate Court of Illinois found in favor of Vacationland.

Tom Hudson is a founding partner of Hudson Cook and has practiced consumer financial services law since 1973. He has focused his practice on matters relating to vehicle financing and leasing. Tom is CEO of CounselorLibrary.com, LLC, and is the Senior Editor of CARLAW┬ę, a monthly subscription service that reports legal developments in the auto finance and lease business.

Eric Johnson is a partner in the firm's Oklahoma office. He assists national and state banks, savings associations, credit unions, mortgage bankers, other licensed lenders, motor vehicles dealers and automotive finance companies in the development and maintenance of nationwide consumer mortgage and automobile finance programs; online motor vehicle sales programs; litigation funding programs; and electronic payment programs.

Click here to read the article in RV News (pages 62-63).


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