breach of warranty


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Noun1.breach of warranty - a breach that occurs when an item is deficient according to the terms of a warranty
breach of contract - a breach of a legal duty; failure to do something that is required in a contract
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Fraud, false advertising, violation of unfair trade practices, breach of contract and breach of warranty are the allegations against Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Must a breach of warranty cause the loss to void coverage?
Like misrepresentations, a breach of warranty voids the policy from inception if the warranty materially affected the insured risk.
Moreover, he has trial experience defending claims based on failure to warn, design defect, manufacturing defects, breach of warranty, and consumer protection claims.
The law of products liability governs this cause of action, wherein recovery is based on a number of legal theories, specifically negligence, breach of warranty, and strict habil ity.
In addition to breach of warranty, Driftwood Shores is suing Milgard on claims of negligence and product liability.
The lawsuit alleges breach of warranty and violations of state consumer protection laws.
BRB is suing on several counts, including breach of contract and breach of warranty.
He advances what he describes as a "much more exact science" that can provide "unimpeachable" testimony for causes-in-fact, concurrent causes, breach of warranty, design defects, and other issues in organizational liability litigation through forensic business pathology.
On March 1st, 2011, FieldTurf filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia bringing claims for fraud, breach of contract, and breach of warranty related to fiber performance.
However, today's device manufacturers also face product-related risk beyond the scope of their products liability coverage, such as professional liability exposure for breach of warranty or defect in design and manufacturing if a component fails to perform as expected.
The roughly $42 million lawsuit accused Swinerton which was operating in Oregon as Swinerton Builders of Oregon of breach of contract, negligence and breach of warranty for construction defects at The Resort at Seaside, an eight-story, 414,970-square-foot beachfront condominium completed in 2003.