On June 18, 2015, the Vachon Law Firm filed a lawsuit against Kearny Mesa Infiniti, the popular San Diego County seller of new and used Infiniti brand automobiles. The lawsuit alleges that Kearny Mesa Infiniti has an illegal practice of failing to properly disclose deferred down payments made in connection with automobile lease contracts. The lawsuit is titled Czerski v. Kearny Mesa Infiniti, et al. (California Superior Court For the County of San Diego, Case No. 37-2015-00020512).
Allegations in the Lawsuit Against Kearny Mesa Infiniti
The Plaintiff in the Czerski v. Kearny Mesa Infiniti lawsuit is a La Jolla, California consumer who visited Kearny Mesa Infiniti in January 2013, and leased a new 2013 Infiniti G37 from the dealership. According to the complaint, Kearny Mesa Infiniti and the Plaintiff agreed that the Plaintiff would trade in a used vehicle in connection with the lease, and that the Plaintiff would also pay an additional amount as a down payment, with such additional amount to be due 30 days later.
The complaint goes on to allege that Kearny Mesa Infiniti prepared the lease contract for the Infiniti G37, but in doing so it failed to make any mention of the fact that the additional down payment amount would not be due until 30 days after Plaintiff had signed the lease. Specifically, the Plaintiff alleges that Kearny Mesa Infiniti disclosed the deferred portion of the down payment as a cash down payment.
Based on these allegations, the complaint asserts causes of action for violation of California’s Vehicle Leasing Act (Civil Code section 2985.7 et seq.) and the Unfair Competition Law (Business & Professions Code section 17200 et seq.).
Click below to read a copy of the complaint filed in the lawsuit against Kearny Mesa Infiniti.
Please note: the San Diego County Superior Court has not yet made any determination of whether or not the allegations in the complaint are true, or whether or not Kearny Mesa Infiniti committed any wrongdoing.
Vachon Law Firm Looking For Other Kearny Mesa Infiniti Customers
The complaint in the Czerski v. Kearny Mesa Infiniti lawsuit also alleges that the Plaintiff is not the only consumer victimized by the Defendant’s conduct, and that Kearny Mesa Infiniti has an unlawful practice of failing to properly document deferred down payments in connection with automobile lease transactions. If you purchased or leased an automobile from Kearny Mesa Infiniti, and you paid all or a portion of your down payment amount to the dealer on a date that is after the date on which you signed the purchase or lease contract, then please call the Vachon Law Firm immediately at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW (1-855-453-6665).
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By calling you may provide important information and evidence relevant to the Czerski v. Kearny Mesa Infiniti lawsuit. Additionally, you might find out that you too have potentially valuable legal claims!