as is clause

Definition of "as is clause"
  1. A provision in a contract stating that the purchaser agrees to accept the goods or property in their current state at the time of sale, without any alterations or repairs
How to use "as is clause" in a sentence
  1. The car dealer included an as is clause in the contract, leaving no room for future disputes about the car's condition.
  2. Before buying an old residence, ensure you check for an as is clause in the contract to avoid unforeseen problems.
  3. The as is clause in the contract implies that the buyer cannot seek any redress if they discover defects after the sale.

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