Deuce Bigalow v - Deuce Bigalow v. Happy Gilmore In case...

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Deuce Bigalow v. Happy Gilmore In case Deuce Bigalow v. Happy Gilmore, Happy Gilmore invented a driving range for use in the backyard. It was called the Alligator. Deuce Bigalow purchased the Alligator. Deuce was hit on the head by a golf ball following a practice swing with the device. The label on the box stated in bold type COMPLETELY SAFE—BALL WILL NOT HIT PLAYER. Happy Gilmore was in violation of the express warranty as part of the bold type labeled on the box. Happy Gilmore said “the ball will not hit the player” and that alone is part of the bargain and is an express warranty. According to the Uniform Commercial Code an express warranty is created when the seller makes any affirmation of fact or promise to the buyer which relates to the goods and becomes part of the basis of the bargain creates an express warranty that the goods shall conform to the affirmation or promise., any description of the goods which is made part of the basis of the bargain creates an express warranty that the goods shall conform to the description, or any
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Deuce Bigalow v - Deuce Bigalow v. Happy Gilmore In case...

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