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Breach of Warranty
When a purchased product is defective or adequate, the buyer needs to pay close attention to any warranty associated with the item. By a warranty, the buyer is guaranteed and assured the quality of goods sold and delivered. The Uniform Commercial Code, which every state and the District of Columbia and U.S. Virgin Islands have adopted, sets the standards for all consumer sale transactions and warranties.
Purchases for consumer goods, industrial equipment, automobiles, or even thoroughbred horses carry warranties. Some are express (in writing) while others are based on a statute (implied). Tully Rinckey PLLC’s attorneys in Albany, N.Y. can help consumers hold businesses accountable or faulty goods.
Breaches of implied warranties can occur when a purchaser discovers that the goods purchased are not what was purported to have been sold (warranty of merchantability) or when a purchased item fails to meet or perform any of the advertised capabilities (warranty of fitness for a particular purpose).
An obvious or readily apparent defect with a commodity purchased is known as a patent defect. A defect which is hidden and not observable by the purchaser is known as a latent defect. Most breach of warranty litigation involves latent defects. An attorney familiar with warranty litigation can help ensure that consumers either get their money’s worth or their money back.
Tully Rinckey PLLC’s breach of warranty lawyers can represent consumers and corporations in New York, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. Don’t delay! Call one of our contract litigation attorneys in Albany, N.Y. at 1-888-Law-4-Life.
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