The implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose requires a proof that

The implied warranty of fitness for a particular

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3.The implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose requires:a.proof that the seller made the first contact with the buyer.b.proof that the seller used the term "warrant."
c.proof that the seller is a merchant.d.none of the aboveANS: DNAT: AACSB: AnalyticTOP:implied warranty4.The implied warranty of merchantability requires:5."As is" written in a contract:6.For an injured party to recover for breach of a UCC warranty under the UCC:7."These cartons will hold up to 100 pounds of books" is an example of:a.an implied warranty of merchantability.b.an express warranty.c.misrepresentation.d.privity.ANS: BNAT: AACSB: AnalyticTOP:warranties8.Negligence product liability cases:9.Which of the following would notbe a basis for a negligence product liability suit?
10.Privity in negligence product liability cases is:11.Contributory negligence:a.can be a partial defense in product liability cases for negligence.b.is the same as comparative negligence.c.is no longer permitted as evidence in suits.d.none of the aboveANS: ANAT: AACSB: AnalyticTOP:defenses

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