noun (plural warranties)
- The investigation will look at both manufacturer guarantees and extended warranties.
- Many warranties issued up to three years ago are still valid, and dealers say three-year warranties were issued with the manufacturer's backing.
- The extent of the tax difficulties will be established and the sellers will have to provide warranties to the purchasers to cover the contingent liabilities.
- It was the company's position that the alleged breach of the warranty rendered the insurance policy null and void.
- The orthodox theory is that conditions and warranties are determinable as such at the date of the contract.
- Failure to have the service done may invalidate some extended warranties or service contracts.
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French warantie, variant of garantie (see guaranty). Early use was as a legal term denoting a covenant annexed to a conveyance of property, in which the vendor affirmed the security of the title.
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