implied warranty of fitness

Definition of "implied warranty of fitness"
  1. A legal assertion that if a seller is aware or should be aware that a buyer has a specific use for an item, the item must be fit for that purpose
How to use "implied warranty of fitness" in a sentence
  1. He failed to meet the implied warranty of fitness by selling hiking boots unsuitable for harsh weather conditions.
  2. The implied warranty of fitness was breached when the tent couldn’t withstand heavy rain, despite being sold as an all-weather item.
  3. Despite being sold as cookware for high-heat applications, the pots and pans discolored and warped, violating the implied warranty of fitness.

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