1. (p. 244) A seller or manufacturer has significant legal responsibility only to : 1203099
1. (p. 244) A seller or manufacturer has significant legal responsibility only to buyers and users of goods and services, but not to the third parties.
2. (p. 244) Both warranties and product liability claims are covered by the law of sales, contract law, and the Uniform Commercial Code.
3. (p. 244) The law dealing with warranties is intended to protect the general public, but it has also limited the seller's obligations and responsibilities.
4. (p. 245) If a written warranty is vague and indefinite, the court may apply the custom of the marketplace or what such a warranty usually means in similar transactions.
5. (p. 245) Express warranties can be made in many ways, both orally and in writing, including by promise, description, sample, or model.
6. (p. 245) A buyer cannot refuse delivery of goods even if the goods are not the same as described by the seller or do not conform to the sample or model used by the seller to effect the sale.
7. (p. 246) The Uniform Commercial Code states that the seller must use formal words such as "warrant" or "guarantee" in order to create an express warranty.
8. (p. 246) Sales talk, or puffing, has the effect of a warranty.
9. (p. 246) In an effort to limit the effect of express warranties, some sellers put specific limitations in the warranty.
10. (p. 247) Implied warranties can relate to either the title or the quality of goods.