Commentary

32.1 Exclusion of implied terms and warranties

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32.1 Exclusion of implied terms and warranties

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32: NO IMPLIED TERMS

(For exclusion of implied terms clauses see Form 32.1 [1478] onwards.)

32.1 Exclusion of implied terms and warranties

The exclusion of representations and warranties made by the parties but not forming part of the agreement has been discussed in Paragraph 31.11. In addition, a party may wish to exclude all implied warranties and terms which might otherwise apply to the contract. Terms might be implied by statute (for example, the terms implied into a contract for the sale of goods under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended), or at common law (for example, an employee’s duty

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