breach of warranty

Definition of "breach of warranty"
  1. When a seller fails to fulfill a promise about the condition, quality, or ownership of a sold item, either implicitly or explicitly
How to use "breach of warranty" in a sentence
  1. The car broke down within a week of purchase, a clear breach of warranty stating it was in 'good condition'.
  2. An undisclosed lien on the house resulted in a breach of warranty from the seller.
  3. The blender malfunctioned on the first use, indicating a breach of warranty based on an assurance about the product's quality.

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