Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) recognizes both express warranties and implied warranties of quality in the sale of goods. Within specific limits, the UCC permits sellers to exclude or modify implied warranties. When it comes to disclaiming express warranties, however, the UCC is not so explicit. However, sellers of goods sometimes inquire about the possibility of doing so and whether such disclaimers are enforceable. This essay attempts to answer these questions.
Kurt M. Saunders,
Can You Ever Disclaim an Express Warranty?,
9 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L.
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