implied warranty


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implied warranty

n (US Jur) → konkludente Zusicherung (spec) (stillschweigende Zusage der Freiheit von Mängeln)
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The main issue has come with a protection that we've discussed many times before: Implied warranty, aka the "implied warranty of merchantability.
14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A Denver District court judge found Savante Wine Cellars in breach of contract and in breach of implied warranty and fitness claims in a case involving a homeowner who brought suit last year against the company.
Federal law does not pre-empt a patient's claim that a pharmaceutical company breached its implied warranty of merchantability by failing to comply with federal regulations when manufacturing medications, the 8th Circuit ruled on Jan.
Roger Price in discussing the implied warranty of habitability provides a cogent review of the cases (The Implied Warranty of Habitability: A Critical Review, February 2010 IBJ).
Moreover, the Third District Court of Appeal defined the unique concept of implied warranty as follows:
The implied warranty of accuracy of plans and specifications (also known as the Spearin doctrine) recognizes that a contractor is strictly bound to build a project according to the plans and specifications provided to him.
If the seller does not create an express warranty, an implied warranty may still apply to the purchase.
A housing merchant implied warranty may be excluded or modified b the builder or seller of a new home only if the buyer is offered a limited warranty in accordance with the provisions of the law.
Chrysler vehicles are covered by written warranties and by implied warranty provisions mandated by Federal and state statutes.
But this reimbursement obligation was tempered by another important marine risk-management assumption--the insured's implied warranty that the insured vessel is "seaworthy.
The court said initially that every contract in Massachusetts contains such an implied warranty or covenant, which provides that neither party can do anything that would have the effect of destroying or injuring the right of the other party to receive the fruits of the contract.
These implied warranties are, of course, the implied warranty of merchantability, and, under some circumstances, the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.