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 Insurance Act 2015 now provides that the insurer may not refuse a claim on account of a breach of warranty if the insured can show that the breach did not increase the risk of loss.
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Like misrepresentations, a breach of warranty voids the policy from inception if the warranty materially affected the insured risk.
The law of products liability governs this cause of action, wherein recovery is based on a number of legal theories, specifically negligence, breach of warranty, and strict habil ity.
In addition to breach of warranty, Driftwood Shores is suing Milgard on claims of negligence and product liability.
The seller is liable to the buyer for any breach of warranty of quality and for any defects that would materially or legally negate or substantially reduce the value of the object or its fitness for the designated purpose.
Many of our competitors don't cover allegations of breach of warranty or representation," he said.
The lawsuit alleges breach of warranty and violations of state consumer protection laws.
Carter is seeking medical expenses and punitive damages for product liability, negligence, breach of warranty, deceptive trade, mental anguish, pain and suffering and "past and future loss of consortium" from VirilisPro.
BRB is suing on several counts, including breach of contract and breach of warranty.
He advances what he describes as a "much more exact science" that can provide "unimpeachable" testimony for causes-in-fact, concurrent causes, breach of warranty, design defects, and other issues in organizational liability litigation through forensic business pathology.
But in 2006, the Nature Conservancy discovered the land was contaminated with petroleum and sued Wilder for breach of warranty.
It advises on a wide range of commercial issues, including breach of warranty and covenant claims arising out of asset and share sales agreements, and shareholder and partnership disputes.