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California Court of Appeal

Donlen v. Ford Motor Company, C065722

The trial court erred in granting defendant a new trial following a jury verdict awarding plaintiff damages in his lemon law action against defendant, and the judgment in favor of plaintiff is affirmed, where: 1) there was no error in law on which the trial court could grant a new trial because its denial of defendant's motion in limine motion finding that the non-warranty repair evidence was relevant and not unduly prejudicial, was not error; 2) the new trial order cannot be affirmed on the ground of lack of substantial evidence, as the trial court did not specify that as a ground for granting the motion; and 3) substantial evidence supported the verdict.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 06/14/2013
  • Published 06/14/2013




  • California Court of Appeal


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