A recreational vehicle sales boom is spurring a growing number of lucrative federal warranty lawsuits against motor home makers as plaintiffs lawyers test the boundaries of the federal law governing consumer-product warranties.

Whether filed initially in state or federal court, most lawsuits include both the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and claims involving state statutes, such as lemon laws or consumer sales practices laws.

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