implied warranty


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implied warranty

n (US Jur) → konkludente Zusicherung (spec) (stillschweigende Zusage der Freiheit von Mängeln)
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Banks carefully scrutinize checks being deposited with them because when they send the checks for clearing, there is an implied warranty from them that these are not "stale." Once the bank classifies the check as stale, the bank will not accept it for deposit or for encashment.
The underlying notion behind warranty law is that when someone makes something and sells it, or fixes a broken something, that maker/seller/repair shop makes an implied warranty that the something will do what it is supposed to do--and keep doing it.
Putman filed this action against Savage Arms alleging negligent design, failure to warn and breach of implied warranty of merchantability.
"By its motion, Aspen seeks leave to amend its Complaint in order to add claims against City Point for breach of contract and breach of the implied warranty of habitability and has attached its proposed Amended Complaint.
However, contractors and owners may not be as familiar with the implied warranty that the owner provides to the contractor.
Macaulay eventually entered judgment against Marick for $857,635 worth of negligence and $2,144,088 for breach of implied warranty, and against Thoennes for $2,144,088 for breach of fiduciary duty.
There is an implied warranty that the contractor can actually complete the work in the given time as it is required to be reasonably possible.
(44) The implied warranty of merchant-ability ensures that the good is "fit for the ordinary purposes for which such goods are used" and "pass[es] without objection in the trade under the contract description." (45) The warranty of fitness for a particular purpose promises that the good at issue is suitable for the specific purpose for which the buyer is purchasing the product.
Cannaday is seeking damages for her injuries, arguing negligence and breach of implied warranty because she was not informed of the mold growth.
The FTC is complaining, among other things, about that little sticker on the back of the PlayStation 4 and similar devices threatening dire outcomes, such as "warranty void if removed." Those supposedly conflict with the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, which says that no manufacturer may "condition his written or implied warranty of such product" on using any specific repair service or any specific source for parts.
It's an implied warranty that exists in every landlord-tenant relationship, he said.