as is



Term included in sale agreements to notify the buyer that no express or implied warranty is provided. The buyer therefore takes the goods or property at his or her own risk, without recourse against the seller for their condition or performance. 'As is' translates into 'with all faults.'

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  • This used Honda Civic, originally purchased in the year 2005, has some damage from hail and is being sold as is.

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  • Due to the dilapidated condition of the property, the sellers were advised to put it on the market as is.

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  • I would accept the product as is and would not take it back, even thought it had a couple of problems.

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