express warranty

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Spoken or written promise concerning the character, nature, performance, purpose, quality, state, or use of an item, made by a seller while negotiating with a buyer. In contrast to an implied warranty, an express warranty forms part of the contract of sale because it has been included in the offer acceptance process. It is not necessary for the seller to use the word 'warranty' to make a promise a warranty.

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There was an express warranty, which meant that everything would be good and we would be able to do what we wanted.
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You may want to offer an express warranty when you first put a product out so people aren't afraid to try it.
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Many goods come with an express warranty which ensure that the consumer does not get stuck with a product that is a "lemon."
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