§ 6-45-6. Nonconformity disclosure requirement.
(a) No assistive technology device returned by a consumer in this state or any other state by reason of problems with its performance, fitness, quality, or functioning may be sold or leased again in this state unless full written disclosure is made to any prospective buyer or lessor of any return, including the date, reasons for the return, and the history of attempts to repair.
(b) If a sale or lease is made of an assistive technology device in violation of subsection (a) of this section, a consumer who bought or took the lease of the device shall have the rights of a consumer of a new assistive technology device provided by § 6-45-5(a), without regard to whether there is a nonconformity or to whether there has been a reasonable number of attempts to repair, except that if the consumer chooses the refund option described in § 6-45-5(a)(1), there shall be no deduction from the full purchase price in calculating the refund under that paragraph. The rights described in this paragraph run against the person who last sold or transferred the device to any other person, whether or not a consumer, with knowledge of the previous return of the device, without providing the disclosure required by the preceding paragraph. These rights may be declared and exercised by the consumer at any time within two (2) years after he or she knows of the previous return and the person against whom the rights run.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 222, § 1.)