warranty of merchantability

Definition of "warranty of merchantability"
  1. An often unspoken guarantee that the product or property sold meets the general quality standards expected in that particular trade or industry
How to use "warranty of merchantability" in a sentence
  1. The customer made a claim under the warranty of merchantability, saying the product didn’t meet trade standards.
  2. If a product fails to meet the basic expectations set by its industry, it might violate the warranty of merchantability.
  3. The warranty of merchantability ensures that products sold are of satisfactory quality in their respective trade or industry.

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