breach of warranty


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a breach that occurs when an item is deficient according to the terms of a warranty

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The opinion complicates litigation over breach of warranty claims in condominium projects because each condominium owner owns an undivided interest in common elements, meaning that the repose period may not start to run until the warranty date passes for the latest-sold unit, Hanson said.
refuse to accept the thing, and maintain an action against the seller for damages for breach of warranty; and
Two areas where Verhoff sees frequent success involves defending vehicle manufacturers against lemon laws and breach of warranty claims, and obtaining judgments on a regular basis against delinquent consumers on behalf of a large utility company.
The plaintiffs sued the defendants for negligence, defective design, breach of warranty, and failure to warn.
Lawyers in Australia are also looking towards launching a class action - where one lawsuit is filed on behalf of a group - citing "negligence, breach of warranty, and a violation of consumer trust".
Moving forward, the legal framework for autonomous vehicle accident liability will be segmented into strict product liability, breach of warranty liability, misrepresentation liability and negligence liability.
In the example above, the owner may assert claims directly against the subcontractor for breach of the subcontract, breach of warranty, negligence, or other claims arising out of the subcontracted work for the project.
THIS AMOUNT IS YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY ALARM FAILURE EVENT, EVEN IF CAUSED BY PROTECTION ONE'S NEGLIGENCE OR THAT OF OUR AFFILIATES OR OUR RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS, BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHER FAULT.
Tariva Thomas advises clients on contractual disputes relating to breach of warranty claims, breach of the Sale of Goods Act, breach of the Supply of Goods and Services Act, and disputes arising out of the incorporation of terms and conditions in commercial contracts.
Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which governs transactions for the sale of goods, stipulates that the statute of limitations is four years for any lawsuit asserting breach of contract or breach of warranty claims.
This year's trial involved allegations of strict liability and breach of warranty over the design of a casket handle.
This allows the plaintiff to rely on legal theories other than negligence, including breach of warranty and strict liability.
order to assert a breach of warranty claim (19) (thus the buyer can have
The disposal of RB Securities remains subject to conditions precedent that the purchaser, obtains approval from the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to become a substantial shareholder of RB Securities and no breach of warranty prior to Completion.
Her practice includes cases involving a range of claims and issues, including consumer fraud; deceptive trade practices; breach of warranty; insurance bad faith; breach of contract; copyright infringement; trademark and trade dress infringement; and defamation.