BMW of North America, Inc. vs. Gore Analytical Essay by Peerless

BMW of North America, Inc. vs. Gore
A summary of this court case in which a man sues BMW for having repainted his car prior to sale.
# 6166 | 1,150 words | 1 source | MLA | 2001 | US
Published on Feb 09, 2003 in Law (Contract) , Law (Historic Trials)

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This paper provides a thorough briefing of the court case. Included are the facts of the case, the lower court's decision, the issue appealed and the verdict. The reasoning behind the case is also supplied in great detail and analyzed.

From the Paper:

"After Ira Gore (Gore) purchased a new BMW automobile from an authorized Alabama dealer, he discovered that the car had been repainted. Gore brought this suit for compensatory and punitive damages against BMW of North America, Inc. (BMW), the American distributor of BMW's, alleging, inter alia, that the failure to disclose the repainting constituted fraud under Alabama law. At trial, BMW acknowledged that it followed a nationwide policy of not advising its dealers, and hence their customers, of pre-delivery damage to new cars when the cost of repair did not exceed 3 percent of the car's suggested retail price. Gore's vehicle fell into that category'"

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