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warranty of merchantability

definition of warranty of merchantability:

a contractual promise made by a seller, assuring that the goods sold are fit for use in their current condition.

warranty of merchantability, as it might be used:

The plaintiff amended the complaint to include a cause of action for breach of an implied warranty of merchantability.
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