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Under California law, if a seller of real property has an express 1-year warranty, and you give notice that something requires repair during that warranty, and the seller promises to repair it, but "needs time to determine how to repair it," and waits and waits until the warranty expires, and then refuses to do any repairs, is that fraud?
Or is the buyer out of luck for believing the seller's promises to make the repairs, and not paying for the repairs and demanding payment from the seller and then suing if he still refuses to pay?
Since the warranty has expired, can I bring a claim for fraud, seeking damages in the amount of the cost of repairs I paid for? If not fraud, can I recover on any legal theory, statute or precedent?