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Comparative Warranty Law: Case Of Planned Obsolescence, Stefan Wrbka, Larry A. Dimatteo Jan 2019

Comparative Warranty Law: Case Of Planned Obsolescence, Stefan Wrbka, Larry A. Dimatteo

UF Law Faculty Publications

The cause of our present stagnation is that the supply line or arteries furnishing the needs of the country are clogged with obsolete, outworn and outmoded machinery, buildings and commodities of all kinds. These are obstructing the avenues of commerce and industry and are preventing new products from coming through. There is little demand for new goods when people make their old and worn-out things do, by keeping them longer than they should.


Wearables And Warranties, Rachel Landy, Jennifer M. Halbleib Oct 2017

Wearables And Warranties, Rachel Landy, Jennifer M. Halbleib

Online Publications

The last few years have seen an explosion of wearable digital health products. Where a doctor’s visit used to be required for a basic check-up, now a patient’s health status is increasingly at his or her fingertips. We have the ability to track fitness levels, monitor lung and heart capacity, check skin temperature, and observe blood pressure with a simple wearable device.


The Warranty Of Quality In Sale Of Goods Under The Perspective Of The American And French Law, Renaud Baguenault De Puchesse Jan 1989

The Warranty Of Quality In Sale Of Goods Under The Perspective Of The American And French Law, Renaud Baguenault De Puchesse

LLM Theses and Essays

While the United States’ common law system is characterized by diversity due to each state having its own set of rules, in certain areas there are nationwide legislative attempts of unification and standardization. One such attempt is the adoption of the Uniform Commercial Code which governs the sale of goods law in the United States. The French civil law system generally differs greatly from the American system in that it is primarily based upon statutes and codes. However, the American Uniform Commercial Code and the French Civil Code provide tangible, comparable bases to assess similarities and differences between American and …


Contractual Disclaimer And Limitation Of Liability Under The Law Of New York, James Brook Jan 1983

Contractual Disclaimer And Limitation Of Liability Under The Law Of New York, James Brook

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