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As warranty reads, it would not protect a buyer. For it to protect a future buyer, you need the seller to expressly amend the warranty to include your buyer, otherwise they wont cover. It is common practice to have such language as they seek to reduce extent of their liability especially since they never contracted with the second buyer.
they are warranting but only to their buyer, not to anyone else.
Obviously, one can still seek to pursue a case even without a warranty, including by lawsuit, BBB, attorney general, lawyer involvement etc as needed. Kindly rate me 5 stars for the answer.
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