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Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Pre-Learning Question What is a warranty? Understanding

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Pre-Learning Question What is a warranty? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Law of Warranties The UCC provides protection

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Law of Warranties The UCC provides protection under its law of warranties for situations such as: products that don’t work after you buy them impurities in foods in restaurants technical problems with computers Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Law of Warranties A warranty is another

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Law of Warranties A warranty is another name for a guarantee. A breach of warranty is a breach of contract. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Express Warranties An express warranty is an

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Express Warranties An express warranty is an oral or written statement, promise or other representation about the quality, ability, or performance of a product. Express warranties apply to goods that are sold or leased. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Express warranties are conveyed in three ways.

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Express warranties are conveyed in three ways. 1. By a statement of fact or promise made by the seller 2. By a description of the goods 3. By the use of a sample or model Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Statement of Fact or Promise An express

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Statement of Fact or Promise An express warranty is created when a private party or a merchant sells goods and makes a statement of fact or a promise about the goods to the buyer. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Statement of Fact or Promise An express

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Statement of Fact or Promise An express warranty may be a statement of fact or a promise of something that may happen in the future. Express warranties are often found in sales brochures, circulars, and advertisements. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Availability before Sale Written warranties on consumer

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Availability before Sale Written warranties on consumer products costing more than $15 must be made available before you buy the product. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Advertising Express Warranties An advertisement stating that

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Advertising Express Warranties An advertisement stating that a product is warranted must tell you how to get a copy of the warranty before you buy the product. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is a law affecting only the sale of goods sold in interstate commerce (business activities that touch more than one state). Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act This federal act gives

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act This federal act gives added protection to consumers when written express warranties are made. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act When a written warranty

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act When a written warranty is offered on consumer goods costing more that $10 and sold in interstate commerce, the warranty must be labeled as full or limited. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Full Warranty A full warranty promises to

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Full Warranty A full warranty promises to fix or replace a defective product at no charge to the consumer. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Full Warranty A full warranty: must be

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Full Warranty A full warranty: must be honored within a reasonable amount of time. is good for the period mentioned in the warranty, regardless of who owns the item when it breaks. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty is any

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty is any written warranty that does not meet the requirements for a full warranty. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty: does not

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty: does not promise free repair or replacement commonly covers only parts, not labor may offer a partial refund Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty: may require

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Limited Warranty A limited warranty: may require you to pay shipping may only apply to the original buyer must be labeled “limited warranty” Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Description of the Goods Any description of

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Description of the Goods Any description of the goods that is part of a transaction also creates an express warranty. The seller warrants that the goods will be the same as the description. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Sample or Model Any sample or model

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Sample or Model Any sample or model that is part of a transaction creates an express warranty. When displaying a sample or model, the seller warrants that the goods sold will be the same. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties An implied warranty is a guarantee of

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties An implied warranty is a guarantee of quality imposed by law. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties An implied warranty: is not in writing

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties An implied warranty: is not in writing applies only to goods that are sold, not services contracted Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties There are three types of implied warranties:

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties There are three types of implied warranties: 1. warranty of fitness for a particular purpose 2. warranty of merchantability 3. warranty that comes from a course of dealing or usage of trade Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties What is the difference between an express

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties What is the difference between an express and an implied warranty? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties ANSWER Express: provided by the seller; Implied:

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties ANSWER Express: provided by the seller; Implied: imposed by law. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose A warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is created when the seller knows the purpose for which the goods are needed. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose The seller advises the buyer in making a purchase, and the buyer relies on the seller’s knowledge and advice. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose In this way the seller warrants by implication that the goods will be fit for the purpose for which they are to be used. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose This warranty exists whether the seller is a merchant or a private party. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability Under an implied warranty

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability Under an implied warranty of merchantability the merchant warrants that the goods being sold are merchantable. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability This warranty is given

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability This warranty is given only when the seller regularly sells goods of that kind. Unless disclaimed, retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers imply such a warranty in every sale. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability This gives assurance that

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability This gives assurance that their products are fit for the purpose for which they are purchased. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability Private parties do not

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Merchantability Private parties do not provide the warranty of merchantability. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Usage of Trade Another implied warranty arises

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Usage of Trade Another implied warranty arises from the customary ways in which the parties have dealt in the past, or usage of trade. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Title When a merchant or

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Warranty of Title When a merchant or a private party sells goods, the seller warrants that the title being conveyed is good and that the transfer is lawful. This is called the warranty of title. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned 1. What are three ways an express warranty can be made? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer By a statement of fact or promise made by the seller, by a description of the goods, and by the use of a sample or model. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned 2. What are the obligations of merchants under the Magnuson. Moss Warranty Act? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer Merchants must label written warranties as either “full” or “limited” for consumer products costing more than $10. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned 3. What is difference between a limited warranty and a full warranty? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer A limited warranty is one that does not meet all of the requirements for a full warranty. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned 4. What is the difference between the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose and the implied warranty of merchantability? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer A warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is created when the seller knows about a particular purpose for which the goods are needed. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer The seller advises the buyer in making a purchase and the buyer relies on the seller’s advice. This warranty exists whether the seller is a merchant or a private party. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer In contrast, sellers who regularly sell goods of a particular kind imply a warranty of merchantability in every sale, assuring that their products are fit for the purpose for which they are purchased. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer Private parties do not provide the warranty of merchantability. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned 5. What is the warranty of title? Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You

Section 14. 1 Express and Implied Warranties Section 14. 1 Assessment Reviewing What You Learned Answer Guarantees that the title being conveyed is good, and the transfer is lawful. Understanding Business and Personal Law The Importance of Warranties

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