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How Warranties Work: Who is Responsible? The Seller or the Manufacturer?

< !DOCTYPE html> I mentioned a scenario in the first warranty post where customer Oswald had two businesses fighting over who didn’t have to honor the warranty on his damaged floor. I’ve also written about a situation where a retailer

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How Warranties Work: Used and “As Is” Sales

< !DOCTYPE html> The Warranty Killer Things may be sold “as is” in many states. No warranty is being offered, and the statement “as is,” which tells the customer that the product is definitely in less than the best condition,

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How Warranties Work: Basic Types of Warranties – Implied part b

< !DOCTYPE html> The Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose I talked about one kind of Implied Warranty in the previous post. This is the other kind. Rather than affirming the basic notion that “Box cutters will cut

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How Warranties Work: Basic Types of Warranties – Implied Warranty

< !DOCTYPE html> The Implied Warranty Our situation with implied warranties is better than my wink and nudge remark in the previous post might have … uh, “implied”. An implied warranty is an unwritten, also unspoken, but automatic promise that

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How Warranties Work: Basic Types of Warranties – Express Warranties

< !DOCTYPE html> There are two basic kinds of warranties, express and implied, both of which provide remedies to a customer if their product is found to be defective. Before I go into the differences let me clarify what these

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How Warranties Work: Which Law Governs Warranties?

< !DOCTYPE html> Continued from Warranties Explained part one… The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act It turns out that not everybody had the ethics of Mr. Wanamaker, so on January 4, 1975 congress and President Gerald Ford decided to improve market competition

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How Warranties Work: What is a Warranty?

< !DOCTYPE html> I’ve been told to break my posts up into smaller pieces, and I want to give this topic thorough, understandable coverage, so this is the first of what will be many small posts (over 10!) on warranties.

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