warrantor


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WARRANTOR. One who makes a warranty. Touchst, 181.

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WAR CRY Warrantor (left) is expected to thrive for today's step up in trip, while Balder Succes (right) can finally come good in the 2.
Jenard elaborates upon this point in discussing Article V of the Protocol to the Brussels Convention, which governs actions in Germany that are binding on certain third parties, such as guarantors or warrantors.
It is a complex substance and the warrantor of our memory and identity" (Bonesio 105).
The duties under subsection (a) of this section shall not be required of the warrantor if he can show that the defect, malfunction, or failure of any warranted consumer product to conform with a written warranty, was caused by damage (not resulting from defect or malfunction) while in the possession of the consumer, or unreasonable use (including failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance).
This cannot be a true case of suretyship, since a warrantor under the AIAOD has no choice in taking on the obligation, whereas consent is an essential aspect of suretyship, which is by definition a contract.
It seems, though, that a simple delegation of human confidence would foreground the "fideistic" dimension of reasoning, even with the concession that any acknowledgement of Absolute Being as definitive warrantor of rationality involves the freedom of choice.
11) Moreover, a failure to establish privity between the recipient and warrantor can be fatal to a breach of warranty cause of action.
105 (West 2008) ("In the absence of a special contract in writing, a health care provider is neither a warrantor nor a guarantor of a cure.
6) In the developed countries law texts are the foundation of socio-economical and political order, "the visible hand of law" is the key warrantor of liberal democracy and an indispensible instrument of reforms.
Heywood's Pardoner boldly names the king as his warrantor and protector:
27) However, with regard to the petitioner's "breach of express warranty" claim, the Court explained that preemption was inappropriate since a warranty is a contractual undertaking by the warrantor rather than a requirement imposed under state law.
33) The bank that receives the electronic image of a check, prints the check out, and transfers, presents, or returns the newly created substitute check becomes the first warrantor.