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    Implied warranty of merchantability

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    Under the implied warranty of merchantability:
    a. A lot (group) of goods meets the warranty requirement so long as, on average, the goods are of sufficient quality, even if there is considerable variation and some of them are of inferior quality.
    b. The warranty includes a requirement that the goods be adequately contained and packaged. c. the warranty applies ot the intededed uses of a product as well as the foreseeable misuse of the product
    c. both merchants and nonmerchants can generally be held liable
    d. fungible goods must be of the highest quality unless otherwise stated

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    implied warranty of merchantability
    b. The warranty includes a requirement that the goods be adequately contained and packaged

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    An implied warranty of merchantability is a warranty implied by law that goods ...

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