Products Liability:

Implied Warranties

Some warranties are implied because of the nature of the sale. The Uniform Commercial Code provides the basis for warranties in the United States. The Code recognizes two types of implied warranties. An implied warranty of merchantability promises that the sold product is in good working order and will do what it should. An implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose promises that the seller’s advice on how to use the product will be correct.

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