This disclosure must also be printed on the car's certificate of title by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. WHERE CAN YOU GET HELP OR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE LEMON LAW? A consumer may contact any of the offices of the Attorney General listed at the end of this booklet or consult a lawyer for further information. New York State Dispute Resolution Association [Fill in Specific Dispute Center's address] Attention: Arbitrator [fill in name] Re: Lemon Law Arbitration #________ Request for Documents. Dear Arbitrator: Pursuant to section 300.9 of the New York Lemon Law Arbitration Regulations, I am requesting that you direct the dealer to obtain and forward to the Case Administrator legible copies of the following documents and information no later than three days before the scheduled hearing date: 1.
Each and every repair order for work performed on my car. Any service bulletin issued that may relate to the problem of: [describe your problem, for example, stalling, lack of power on acceleration, etc.] 3. Any report or correspondence regarding my car's problems. Any other documents or information that may relate directly to this arbitration. Your prompt attention to this request is greatly appreciated. Sorry, CarsGuide.com.au is not available in your region. You've been blocked from accessing www.carsguide.com.au as it appears you're not browsing from Australia, for trust and safety reasons we block many international visitors to our site.
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When Kush is grown under specific conditions, its unique phenotypes come out in a different light. Kush plants are known to evolve and acclimate in order to survive. Nowadays, Kush is grown all around the world, but its tough Himalayan genetics endured and continue to follow the strain, giving it both durability and potency. It is most likely true that Kush is a lost strain and that its precise genetics are unknown. That said, the next best thing is available, namely OG Kush, also known as Ocean Grown Kush. OG Kush first appeared in California during the 1990s, right around the time Dr. Dre dropped his The Chronic album, which took the cannabis community by storm. There are two stories that explain the strain’s mysterious genetics. The first is that a breeder claimed to have gotten the seed from a bag of Chemdawg 91 strain, in the Lake Tahoe area in 1996; the second goes that it was brought to California from Florida, by a grower who now operates a company known as Imperial Genetics. He reports the parents of this strain were a male cross of Lemon Thai and Old World Paki Kush, and a female Chemdawg plant.
Unfortunately, OG Kush is a clone-only strain and, at that time, one couldn’t simply plant a seed of this strain. Rather, a cutting from an existing plant is needed. There is a lot of confusion about the origin of the name, and what OG exactly stands for.