all faults

Disclaimer of warranty by making sale with "all faults."

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • all faults — A sale of goods with all faults covers, in the absence of fraud on the part of the vendor, all such faults and defects as are not inconsistent with the identity of the goods as the goods described. U.C.C. No. 2 316. See as is …   Black's law dictionary

  • sale with all faults — Under what is called a sale with all faults, or sale as is , unless the seller fraudulently and inconsistently represents the article sold to be faultless, or contrives to conceal any fault from the purchaser, the latter must take the article for …   Black's law dictionary

  • with all faults — adverb : with no guarantee against defects merchandise sold with all faults …   Useful english dictionary

  • with all faults — This phrase, used in a contract of sale, implies that the purchaser assumes the risk of all defects and imperfections, provided they do not destroy the identity of the thing sold. See also as is …   Black's law dictionary

  • with all faults — A clause in a contract of sale indicating that the article is taken by the purchaser as it stands. 37 Am J2d Fraud § 388 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • all — all1 W1S1 [o:l US o:l] determiner, predeterminer, pron 1.) the whole of an amount, thing, or type of thing ▪ Have you done all your homework? all your life/all day/all year etc (=during the whole of your life, a day, a year etc) ▪ He had worked… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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