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Warranty
 

 

A statement of fact in a contract, either express or implied. If it is unfulfilled, the injured party cannot repudiate the contract but may be able to claim damages. The difference between a warranty and a condition is that a condition is fundamental to a contract whereas a warranty is not.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.