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History of "No Warranty" clauses in software

The concept of an implied warranty was one of the core features of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC"), governing the sale of goods, that was first approved for adoption by ...
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Why is disclosing that you offer no warranties so prevalent in documents?

If you buy something and it somehow goes bad, you might suffer a loss. For example, if a (network) router dies, you might not be able to access the internet and could lose money because you miss a big ...
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Does replacing the operating system on my laptop void my warranty?

It depends on the warranty itself. Here is one warranty, which only protects against manufacturing defects and excludes any software issues (whether pre-installed or user-installed). I'm a little ...
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Need some help regarding definition of warranty as per computer storage devices

Warranties and guarantees do not include pure economic loss australia Briefly, a guarantee is an obligation imposed by law under the Australian Consumer Law or the state and territory Sale of Goods ...
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How does Nevada interpret third-party beneficiary rights for warranties?

According to my old business law textbook, the UCC presents three ways to interpret the rights of third-party beneficiaries of warranties: The seller's warranties extend to the buyer's household ...
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Does replacing the operating system on my laptop void my warranty?

Consumer Guarantees australia Irrespective of the existence of any warranty, there is a statutory guarantee that goods sold to a consumer are, among other things, of acceptable quality and durability. ...
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