warranty


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an assumption of responsibility, as one given by a manufacturer, for the quality, worth, or durability of a product

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a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications

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Despite that, it's important to maintain your warranty even though the odds are that you'll never need to use it.
Part V of this article analyzes the various waiver of damages provisions found in almost all home warranty contracts.
Before you purchase an extended warranty on any product, here are some words to the wise:
The warranty coverage should be described in a single, easy-to-understand document.
There is no organic repair for the PLGR, so regardless of warranty status, all faulty or damaged PLGRs should be returned to the same repair facility.
Warranty management is a business process that includes warranty registration, claims submission, claims processing and settlement, fraud detection, returns management, supplier management, extended warranty marketing, replacement-parts logistics, and inventory management.
The Tax Court agreed with the IRS, ruling that in Chrysler, as in General Dynamics, "the last event fixing liability does not occur before the presenting of a claim, either a claim for warranty service by the customer through one of petitioner's dealers or a claim for reimbursement made on petitioner by the dealer.
I felt if the warranty company refused to pay, the dealer should stand behind the warranty and then go after the warranty company for the payoff.
All repair cost is charged to the manufacturer (failure-free warranty) at all failures during the warranty period, a random variable, which is ended at age T or miles K, whichever occurs first.
With respect to your concern that the application of RST to warranties purchased prior to the Budget is retroactive taxation, it should be pointed out that carrying out work under warranty is a separate transaction.
The investigation also analyses which risks are covered by these warranties, whether consumers purchased a warranty for a specific consumer product or a multi-appliance warranty, which distribution channel and interface they used to take out the extended warranty, and whether they bought an extended warranty at the same time as the underlying consumer product or later.
When shopping for a new roof, the menu of warranty options can be as daunting as the roof systems available to you.
They were once known as extended warranties--a little slip of paper that said you had a bit more coverage on a product once the customary warranty expired.
With a home warranty, which typically costs less than $500, a real estate professional can help a homeowner protect himself against the surprise costs associated with these inevitable repairs--and ensure that a qualified contractor will perform repair/replacement work in a timely manner.