CANBERRA – The New South Wales Supreme Court rejects an appeal by Holden Ltd. and orders the General Motors Corp. subsidiary to take back a lemon and refund the owner its price. The NSW Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal ordered the move after hearing the buyer’s problems with a Holden HS V GTS. Holden must take HS V GTS back. Industry observers say it is the first-ever order by the tribunal in its two years of operation. The car was bought in 2001 and over the next two years ...
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