|State law (the Uniform Commercial Code). Sections 2-314
& 2-315. Section 2-313.
For the full legal texts listed below, consult the
supplement to this manual.
The FTC's Dispute Resolution Rule, 16 C.F.R. Part 703.
REQUIREMENT I: The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, Section
REQUIREMENT II: The FTC's Disclosure Rule, 16 C.F.R. Part
REQUIREMENT III: The FTC's Pre-Sale Availability Rule, 16
C.F.R. Part 702.
The FTC's Warranty Advertising Guides.
The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, Section 106.
the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
What the Magnuson-Moss Act Does Not Require
What the Magnuson-Moss Act Requires
What the Magnuson-Moss Act Does Not Allow
Disclaimer or Modification of Implied Warranties
Deceptive Warranty Terms
How the Magnuson-Moss Act May Affect Warranty
Alternatives to Consumer Lawsuits
Warranties as "Full" or "Limited"
What the Terms "Full" and
Examples of Full Warranties, Limited Warranties, and
and Conditions of Your Written
Basic Information Required for All
Specific Information Required When Your Warranty
Contains Certain Optional Terms and Conditions
Warranties Available Prior to Sale
What Retailers Must Do
What Mail Order Companies Must Do
What Door-to-Door Sales Companies Must Do
What Manufacturers Must Do
How to Advertise Warranties Covered by
How to Advertise a Satisfaction Guarantee
How to Advertise a Lifetime Warranty or Guarantee
Statement of Terms and Conditions
Disclaimer or Limitation of Implied Warranties