A contract can contain many different types of promises, made up of both express and implied terms. Express and implied warranty terms are the subject of this lesson. For instance, when parties contract for the sale of goods, they have certain expectations about the goods to be sold. These expectations form the basis of warranties that arise under U.C.C. Article 2. That is, what has the seller agreed to sell?
On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Identify a UCC express warranty.
2. Give examples of the different implied warranties that may be found in a UCC contract.
3. Determine whether contract language is conspicuous.
4. Determine whether language is effective to disclaim a UCC implied warranty.