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Review Questions §7.21 Review 

 
Lesson 7:
Consumer
Protection
& Warranties

1. A buyer purchases a used product with an oral warranty. On discovering a defect in the product, does the buyer have a remedy under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act or under the Uniform Commercial Code?

a. Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act

b. Uniform Commercial Code


2. Can parties contract to disclaim, modify, or limit implied warranties if express warranties are given under the Song-Beverly Act?

Yes

No


3. A seller’s specific intent to make a warranty is required to create an express warranty.

True

False


4. When a Song-Beverly express warranty is breached, the buyer must give the seller an opportunity to repair the nonconforming goods.

True

False


5. Super Duper Cars sells a used car to Nate under a contract that includes an “as is” clause. At the dealer’s suggestion, Nate also purchases a third-party extended warranty that the dealer describes as “our” service contract. When Nate attempts to make a claim under the service contract, the dealer tells Nate that the third-party seller has gone out of business. Is the dealer obligated to honor the service contract?

Yes

No

 
 
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