| Commentary

100.3 Warranties

| Commentary

100.3 Warranties

A warranty is not intended to be a guarantee against defects which the buyer can see for himself but it may cover even patent defects if negotiations are by letter or means other than inspection of the animal1. No particular form of words is necessary to constitute a warranty2. Anything may be the subject of a warranty, but if the verb ‘warrant’ is used it extends only to the soundness of the animal3. Statements of fact in an auction catalogue, if such as to confer additional value, amount to warranties4,

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