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The Court granted Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment, finding that Defendants had committed multiple violations of the CSPA in the sale of a motor vehicle to Plaintiff, including, but not limited to: 1) engaging in a pattern of inefficiency and incompetency and continual stalling and evading their legal obligations to Plaintiff, 2) engaging in the sale of motor vehicles without being licensed as a dealer or salesperson, 3) engaging in consumer transactions under a fictitious name without first registering that fictitious name with the Secretary of State, 4) failing to display the FTC buyers guide in the window of a used vehicle offered for sale, 5) selling a motor vehicle without having first obtained the certificate of title, 6) failing to provide an odometer statement, and 7) repossessing the collateral in a consumer transaction where seller had no legal right to repossession. Plaintiff granted $5,100.00 in damages, plus reasonable attorney fees.
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