1. insurance law A stipulation or engagement by a party insured, that certain things, relating to the subject of insurance, or affecting the risk, exist, or shall exist, or have been done, or shall be done. These warranties, when expressed, should appear in the policy; but there are certain implied warranties.
2. law An engagement or undertaking, expressed or implied, that a certain fact regarding the subject of a contract is, or shall be, as it is expressly implied or promised to be. In sales of goods by persons in possession, there is an implied warranty of title.
3. Security; warrant; guarantee.
4. rare Justifying mandate or precept; authority; warrant. Shakespeare
5. obsolete, law A covenant real, whereby the granter of an estate of freehold and his heirs were bound to warrant and defend the title, and, in case of eviction by title paramount, to yield other lands of equal value in recompense. This warranty has long since become obsolete, and its place supplied by personal covenants for title. Among these is the covenant of warranty, which runs with the land, and is in the nature of a real covenant.
6. The insured's guarantee that the facts are as stated in reference to an insurance risk or that specified conditions will be fulfilled to keep the contract effective.
7. A judicial writ; a warrant.
8. An assurance by the seller of property that the goods or property are as represented or will be as promised.
9. A representation, especially in writing, made by a seller or company to a purchaser of a product or service that a refund, repair, or replacement will be made if the product or service proves defective or unsatisfactory, especially within a given time period.
10. A covenant by which the seller of land binds himself or herself and his or her heirs to defend the security of the estate conveyed.
11. Justification or valid grounds for an act or a course of action.
12. (Insurance Law) A stipulation or engagement by a party insured, that certain things, relating to the subject of insurance, or affecting the risk, exist, or shall exist, or have been done, or shall be done. These warranties, when express, should appear in the policy; but there are certain implied warranties.
13. Security; warrant; guaranty.
14. (Anc. Law) A covenant real, whereby the grantor of an estate of freehold and his heirs were bound to warrant and defend the title, and, in case of eviction by title paramount, to yield other lands of equal value in recompense. This warranty has long singe become obsolete, and its place supplied by personal covenants for title. Among these is the covenant of warranty, which runs with the land, and is in the nature of a real covenant.
15. (Modern Law) An engagement or undertaking, express or implied, that a certain fact regarding the subject of a contract is, or shall be, as it is expressly or impliedly declared or promised to be. In sales of goods by persons in possession, there is an implied warranty of title, but, as to the quality of goods, the rule of every sale is, Caveat emptor.
16. rare Justificatory mandate or precept; authority; warrant.
17. a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
18. Authority; justificatory man date or precept; warrant.
19. In law, a statement, express or implied, of something which the party making it undertakes shall be part of the contract and in confirmation or assurance of a direct object of the contract, but which is yet only collateral to that object.
20. Security; assurance; guaranty; warrant.
21. To warrant; to guarantee.
23. To provide a warranty for.
1. This can encompass both repair and warranty as well as information and advisory services.
2. Some retailers offer a free extended warranty or guarantee.
3. The firm also limited its phone repair warranty to the country of purchase.
4. Most appliances come with a free oneyear warranty.
5. The warranty expired two months ago.
6. You can buy extended warranties for cars but drivers have been left shocked when policy claims are rejected after a fault occurs.
7. Others may accept shorter credit, longer lead times or reduced warranty.
8. It comes with a huge panoramic sunroof and a five-year warranty for extra peace of mind.
9. Neither fix is likely to be covered by the car 's warranty.
10. And remember you get that five-year warranty for added peace of mind.
11. Many universities offer laptop purchase schemes with discounts and extended warranties, but model choice may be limited.
12. I work at an electrical retailer and sell extended warranties for computers.
13. Take out one of our car warranties which covers labour and parts costs from as little as 4 per week.
14. The five-year warranty is a bonus.
15. I was stunned by the laissez-faire way the warranty repairs were handled.
16. BIG stores are ripping off shoppers by selling unnecessary extended warranties, it was claimed last night.
17. You'd benefit from a four-year warranty and free servicing too.
18. Car warranties made easy There's so much that can go wrong with your car in the future.
19. Q What about guarantees or warranties?
20. If the unit fails well outside the warranty term, and your dealer is unwilling to help, you can obtain a new steering unit from an independent supplier.
21. Also known as service agreements or cover plans, extended warranties pay for repairs to or replacement of an appliance and normally begin after the manufacturer's guarantee finishes.
22. ‘The investigation will look at both manufacturer guarantees and extended warranties.’
23. ‘Many warranties issued up to three years ago are still valid, and dealers say three-year warranties were issued with the manufacturer's backing.’
24. ‘The extent of the tax difficulties will be established and the sellers will have to provide warranties to the purchasers to cover the contingent liabilities.’
25. ‘Check whether there are any warranties, guarantees or after-sale services provided with your purchase.’
26. ‘Shop with retailers you know and trust and read their guarantees and warranties.’
27. ‘In nearly all cases, the equipment comes with no warranties and no guarantees that the computers will even work.’
28. ‘What's worse, though, is the fact that the major manufacturers shortened their warranty periods last fall to just one year.’
29. ‘According to Mr Clare, a staggering 71 out of every 100 washing machines sold with an extended warranty incur claims within three years of purchase!’
30. ‘All models have a three-year warranty (five years in Britain), while the owner gets free three-year AA membership.’
31. ‘All new cars come with a manufacturer's warranty, which generally runs for one to three years.’
32. ‘If you're having any problems with your new car, take it back to the dealer and have it repaired under your manufacturer's warranty.’
33. ‘Each region of the world will set its own warranty policies, but the three-year warranty will definitely be available in the United States, he said.’
34. ‘If you buy your car here in Namibia and request the 250 km/h limiter to be removed, you will loose your warranty.’
35. ‘At some point, though, the company will have to pull the plug because the warranty will be too costly to maintain.’
36. ‘Legal counsel should review all advertising materials, warranties, guarantees, and sales agreements.’
37. ‘Details of warranties, guarantees, or other optional features, including the acceptable resulting radon level.’
38. ‘Before you buy, have the dealer start the model up for you so you can hear how loud it runs, and check out the manufacturer's warranties.’
39. ‘Manufacturers void their warranties if the labels on their water heaters are obscured.’
40. ‘They even come with guarantees and warranties, just as you would expect with a new model.’
41. ‘If the item you have purchased is still in its warranty period, you have the right to demand a full refund, replacement of the item by a new one of the same kind, a discount, or a free repair.’
42. ‘It was the company's position that the alleged breach of the warranty rendered the insurance policy null and void.’
43. ‘The orthodox theory is that conditions and warranties are determinable as such at the date of the contract.’
44. ‘Failure to have the service done may invalidate some extended warranties or service contracts.’
45. ‘The warranty in the insurance is that the policy has been or will be written in those terms’
46. ‘In the circumstances, we are satisfied you were in breach of warranty and condition precedent.’
47. ‘This moreover reflects the fact that the rationale of warranties in insurance law is that the insurer only accepts the risk provided that the warranty is fulfilled.’
48. ‘There are the legal consequences of the borrower breaching the representations and warranties, and the covenants.’
49. ‘In particular, the defendants have breached their representations and warranties.’
50. ‘A fortiori their duties would not extend to cover any losses caused by reason of breach of warranties on a sale by a shareholder.’
51. ‘It was, however, provided that their liability for any breach of this or other warranties given in the agreement should be limited to £40,000 each.’
52. ‘Indeed, over two out of three motorists assume that their warranty would be invalidated if they used an independent garage, even where this isn't necessarily true.’
53. ‘They can now go to independent garages without the risk of invalidating their warranty.’
54. ‘So, thanks to this rule, getting your car serviced at an independent dealership could mean invalidating your warranty.’
55. ‘Likewise your warranty could be invalidated if something goes wrong with the car and the fault is traced to the chipping.’
56. ‘Certain types of usage will invalidate the warranty entirely, such as amateur motorsport, driving tuition, and mini-cabbing.’
57. ‘In marine policies there is a presumption that any statement of fact bearing upon the risks underwritten is, if introduced into the written policy, to be construed as a warranty.’
58. ‘Ordinarily you shouldn't open these units as there is the chance of electric shock, as well as the fact this will invalidate your warranty.’
59. ‘Every warranty to which this Policy or any item thereof is or may be made subject shall from the time the warranty attaches apply and continue to be in force during the whole currency of this Policy.’
60. ‘You're using them precisely under the conditions whereby the warranty says maybe you shouldn't be doing that.’
61. ‘The copyright owner provides no warranties or indemnities to the licensee, other than any that may be imposed by law.’
62. the ending of warranty period
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