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Defective products and Warranties

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Explain the differences and similarities of the types of invasion of privacy.
What do lemon laws,The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, and general warranties have in common?
What dangers do defective products pose to the public and the legal system?

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This 3 page 927 word solution is tied together with five quality references. It covers invasion of privacy laws, warranties, and the effects of defective products on the public and legal system. The solution covers lemon laws, general warranties, and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

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