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Strict liability may be imposed if you, the buyer, receive an oral or written statement about the quality of a

good, that statement becomes part of your bargain with the manufacturer, and you suffer an injury because the statement was not accurate. This is known as:

 a. express warranty

 b. caveat emptor

 c. implied warranty

 d. none of the other choices

 e. Magnuson-Moss warranty

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