What is an express warranty?

An express warranty is a clearly stated guarantee by a seller of a product that a product will perform in a certain manner. It is distinct from an implied warranty, which is imposed by the law even when not clearly stated. In many cases, both express and implied warranties will apply.

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What is covered by product warranties?

The exact nature of what a product warranty covers depends on whether it is an express warranty issued by a manufacturer or an implied warranty. There are, for example, certain statutes and laws that impose warranties to cover consumer goods and other items.

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What is an

An implied warranty of merchantability is an implied warranty on a product for sale that essentially guarantees through implication, that a product will reasonably conform to a buyer’s standards and that the product is suitable for sale.

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Types of Warranties

A warranty is a guarantee of the quality and performance of a product. A warranty can be either written or oral and it can be either express or implied.

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Holiday Gifts and Buyer’s Remorse: Understanding Your Right to Return

With the holiday season just completed, consumers are assessing not only what they received, but also the damage on their credit card bills. Businesses who reached out to consumers during the holiday shopping season must also brace for the prospect of returning purchases and refunds. As a consumer, it’s important to know when you have the right to return a defective product as well as take advantage of the little-known cooling-off period.

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