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An implied warranty is one based on assumption. Implied would be you would be warranty on a vehicle with nothing in writing. You would be led to assume that there was a warranty on the vehicle by speaking with the seller, only to find there is no such warranty. Expressed warranty is in writing. Can be limited or unlimited. Limited would be a warranty with certain restrictions. Unlimited warranty would cover everything. If you sell a car as is is no warranty expressed or implied, that means there is absolutely no warranty.
I think warranty of merchantability
In contract law it is a term for certain assurances that are presumed to be made in the sale of products or real property, due to the circumstances of the sale. These assurances are characterized as warranties irrespective of whether the seller has expressly promised them orally or in writing. They include an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, an implied warranty of merchantabilityfor products, implied warranty of workmanlike quality for services, and an implied warranty of habitabilityfor a home. In an auto sale an implied warranty is that the car will perform as a car should. In other words it will get you from point A to point B. It will do what a car is suppose to do.
(This answer is based on US law)It depends on whether it is an implied warranty for a construction defect or a product defect.Construction defects: The implied warranty at issue is the implied warranty against latent defects. If there is no disclaimer of implied warranties in the construction contract, then the implied warranty against latent defects will last until the end of the state's statute of repose. When the statue of repose runs, the builder cannot be sued for a construction defect. This de facto terminates the implied warranty. Most states set this period at 10 years after substantial completion of construction. Some states have less than 10 years.Product defects:
the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
an implied warranty(novanet)
The answer is implied warranty
No the implied warranty guarantee a safe product. A cherry pit in a cherry pie wouldn't cause harm or damage to a consumers health or well being.
Implied warranties are those that are guaranteed to the purchaser regardless of whether they were promised orally or in writing. The goods purchased must be as they say they are.
Probably not. They are among the parts that are considered normal to wear out.