I am trying to figure out what laws would be applicable here and if I were formatting these two issue into: ISSUE, RULE, APPLICATION, AND CONCLUSION, how would I do so for each situation? Thanks.
A woman buys the Mustang, thinking it was an 8 cylinder based on the salesman's representation, is there a breach of express warranty. What other claims are possible?
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A woman buys the Mustang, thinking it was an 8 cylinder based on the salesman's representation, is there a breach of express warranty?
In the first situation the salesman has to tell the truth by law during his representation. In
in order to be a breach of express warranty, the plaintiff who buys the mustang should demonstrate that the salesman stated and promised the car as an 8 cylinder vehicle as a part of the bargain between her and him and she relied on ...
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