Almost all products or goods offered to patrons are safeguarded by a warranty. There are three types of warranties shown in the UCC, title warranties, express warranties, and implied warranties. Title warranties are comprised of good title, no liens, and no infringement upon the title. Title warranties stipulate that when a good or product is sold the vender has legitimate title to the said goods or products. The vendor additionally stipulates that there are no liens against the goods or products, and the goods and products have no copyright, trademark or patent infringements against them. Should any of these stipulations be violated the buyer can present suit against the vendor for breach of contract.
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