The warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is implied when a buyer relies upon the seller to select the goods to fit a specific request. For example, this warranty is violated when a buyer asks a mechanic to provide snow tires and receives tires that are unsafe to use in snow.When does the UCC provide a distinct implied warranty of fitness?
When a buyer wishes to use goods for a particular, nonordinary purpose, the UCC provides a distinct implied warranty of fitness (§ 2-315).What is the difference between merchantability and fitness?
Unlike the implied warranty of merchantability, the implied warranty of fitness does not contain a requirement that the seller be a merchant with respect to the goods sold. It merely requires that the seller possess knowledge and expertise on which the buyer may rely.What is implied warranty?
IMPLIED WARRANTY A warranty that is given to a purchaser by a seller as a result of… IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS Also known as Fitness for a Particular Purpose; a warranty where the seller knows or… LINEAL WARRANTY old English law. A warranty by the heir, when he derived title to the land… DEDI (Latin: l have given.)