Consumer Protection Law
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Yes you can sue the dealership and anyone involved for invasion of your financial privacy.This was wrong and the dealership has liability here clearly.You can sue seeking damages, mental anguish and legal fees here.
The employees should be terminated for such a breach of your personal privacy.I hope you will pursue this matter through a demand letter and lawsuit if unresolved. I hope you will seek some justice for all the harm you have been caused.
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The State Bar of Michigan Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) is designed to assist members of the public who want to hire an attorney and can afford to pay for legal services.
If you have a legal problem and cannot afford to hire an attorney, please contact your local legal aid office. For your convenience, the following is a link to the legal assistance programs and services found on the State Bar of Michigan's website: Find Legal Aid Aid Programs in Your County.
How the Lawyer Referral Service Works [Terms of the LRIS]
Michigan recognizes the common law tort for invasion of privacy, which provides that one who invades the right of privacy of another is subject to liability for the resulting harm to the interests of the other person.
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