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What is the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act?

The Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act (P.L. 93-637) is a United States federal law, (15 U.S.C. § 2301 et seq.). Passed in nineteen seventy-five, it is the federal statute that governs guarantee on consumer products. The Act was supported by Senator Warren G. Magnuson of the state of Washington and U.S. Rep John E. Moss of the state of California, each of them are Democrats, along with Senator Frank Moss of the state of Utah, that co-sponsored it with Magnuson. The purpose of the bill was to make warranties on consumer products easier to understand and enforce and to give the Federal Trade Commission the means to better protect the consumers.

What is a Breach of Warranty?

A Breach of warranty is an infringement of a contract among a vendor and a purchaser as to the condition, content, value, quality or title of the item sold. For additional question individual could ask a Lawyer for insights and solutions to their problems.

What is an Implied Warranty?

An Implied warranty in common law jurisdictions, an implied warranty is a contract law expression for definite declaration that are presumed to be made in the sale of merchandise or real property, due to the conditions of the sale. These assurances are characterized as warranties irrespective of whether the vendor has specifically guaranteed them verbally or in writing. They contain an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, an implied warranty of merchantability for merchandise, implied warranty of workmanlike quality for services, and an implied warranty of habitability for a residence.

Which county can a party file an action to have a warranty related matter resolved when a car engine fails, installer refused to replace, repair or refund?

Case Details: The warranty was worded as follows: "Replaced with a pre-owned 52k engine carrying a 6 month, unlimited mileage, parts and labor warranty." Since the warranty makes no exceptions it has to be honored or the party’s money refunded. The event in question took place in the state of Georgia; however, party lives in DeKalb County and provider did the work at heir shop in Cob County.

Prior to filing a lawsuit, the individual needs to get in touch with the Attorney General's Consumer Protection unit, since in the federal Magnusson Moss Warranty Act they have a service where they are obligated to help mediate all warranty arguments. If the Attorney General's office cannot successfully medicate this warranty argument, then the individual will file a lawsuit in Cobb County where the shop is positioned.

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Recent Warranty Questions

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    As a general contractor am I required to provide the client with my subcontractor names and numbers? I have completed a job and my client has asked me to provide a list of all subs (names and numbers) at the final walk thru. Do I have to supply this information
  • We are selling our business and I have a couple of questions.

    We are selling our business and I have a couple of questions. Our attorney sent us all the documents for the closing and of course he isn't working this weekend....now I have a couple of questions.
    The closing date is already typed in as Dec. 17, however, he left open the date of the Asset Purchase Agreement. Does that date need to be Dec 16th BEFORE the closing date, since our buyer will take over at 12:01 am on Dec. 17?
    We have to create three originals of the Asset Purchase Agreement/Escrow Agreement because our bank also wants their own original since they are serving as Escrow Agent. My question is this... on the back of all three of these agreements are all the Exhibits (Bill of Sale, Special Warranty Deed, Promissory Note and Security Agreement)...Do we as the seller and also the buyer have to sign and notarize all these "Exhibits" or just the "originals" of the exhibits?
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    I purchased a property with a partner that I was also starting a new business with. The Property was in the corporation name and both myself and my partner were signors on the bank account and corporate documents. I was trusting and we have contracts.
    My partner first wanted me to buy her interest out in regards ***** ***** property which was done by a 3rd party who obtained a Special Warranty Deed which was signed by both myself and my partner. My partner did a lot of bad stuff but I want to stick to the question
    I am looking for an answer for... My partner took it upon herself to quick claim the property to herself out of the corporation's name in an attempt to steal the property after being compensated and reselling the property. There is a twist to where all parties
    agreed to not record the Special Warranty Deed until a certain date and only my partner knew that everyone would not record so she fixed up a quit claim deed and now she shows as the owner. Fraud and she will lose in Civil Court. What would you suggest doing?
    Cloud on title now for sure and I know what she did was so wrong.
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