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I want to know if i sold something in 2008 and there is a year

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I want to know if i sold something in 2008 and there is a year warranty can the customer sue me 2 years latter because the customer says that the unit does not have a special option

Good evening. No, the customer is not going to be within his/her legal rights to sue you. You can never prevent someone from actually filing a suit, but your customer has no chance of prevailing.



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