Legal Advice for Breach of Warranty — 14 results
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 2 years ago.
where the state certifies the quality of titles and claims to property, or (friendly) litigation after the transaction where a court rules on the quality of the transferred title.
Written by attorney Hailey Gallant, over 1 year ago.
It can happen to anyone! Recently, an attorney in my firm purchased a new vehicle and later found himself in a situation where he believed he was dealing with a lemon. Below is a summary... more
Written by attorney Dana L. Manner, over 2 years ago.
A Michigan court determined that oral representations made by the car dealer's salesman to the buyer that the car had been inspected by the dealership and had been found to have no... more
Written by attorney Jim Whitworth, 7 months ago.
Consumers will make few large purchases in their lifetime. A home is generally at the top of their list. A automobile though may over time be the bigger investment. Protect this investment... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, 7 months ago.
Many tenants grow frustrated when a landlord does not make timely repairs, or when the conduct of neighbors interferes with the ability to live in an apartment. The Implied Warranty of... more
Written by attorney David M Blain, about 2 years ago.
THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY
Whether expressly written into the lease agreement or not, every lease for the rental of residential property contains a warranty of habitability. This... more
Written by attorney Dariush G. Adli, almost 2 years ago.
Breaching a contract is when a party involved in a legal contract with others fails to uphold their role as outlined in the contract. The following are the top 10 reasons why breaching a... more
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, almost 2 years ago.
The purchase of a new home is always a big move, regardless of ones age or financial status. When considering such a purchase, one question that may come to mind is what protections do I... more
Written by attorney Thomas J Major, almost 2 years ago.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, landlords and tenants should understand their rights and obligations concerning damaged apartments.New Jerseytenants are protected from certain defects and... more
Written by attorney Jenny Allenbaugh, over 1 year ago.
TheTexas Deceptive Trade Practices Act(DTPA) is a consumer protection statute that lists twenty-seven (27) specificprohibited actions, in addition to warranty violations, more general... more