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Warranties - Terms of a Contract

However there is no precise legal definition of such "warranty" that in legal nomenclature, where is susceptible for a variety of interpretations.  Nonetheless for the purposes of the law of contract hence it is normally contrasted with such condition.  Although it is generally described as a stipulation that does not go to the root of such contract and breach of that does not entitle the aggrieved party for treat the contract as on an end hence over entitles him only to sue to damages.  But warranty of quiet possession of warranty entitles of goods each the innocent party to sue to damages so thus the contract remains enforceable.  However,  was the case in Beffini v Gye and in the Kampala Common Agency v Modys (EA) Ltd Thus it is a rather lofty or vague phraseology although a more practical approach is for divert to the examples of warranties implied then or may given, in s.14 of the Sale of Goods Act, as namely like:

  • The warranty of "quiet possession"
  • Second is the warranty such the goods shall be free from undisclosed encumbrances.
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