The New Jersey “Lemon Law” is actually two laws—one for new motor vehicles and the other for used motor vehicles. There are important differences between the two, so each law is discussed separately. Even if your vehicle does not qualify under the Lemon Law, you may have a case under other consumer laws, such as the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act or the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Both the New Car Lemon Law and the Used Car Lemon Law provide that the victim’s legal fees be paid by the dealer. This allows the firm to take your case on contingency, meaning that the firm can often represent you at no cost to you.