warranty

listen to the pronunciation of warranty
Englisch - Türkisch
garantı
(Kanun) tekeffül
güvence
garanti belgesi
garanti

Bu arabanın iyi bir garantisi var. - This car has a good warranty.

Mary'nin çamaşır makinesi, garantinin bitmesinden bir hafta sonra bozuldu. - Mary's washing machine broke down a week after the warranty had run out.

garanti süresi

Televizyonumun garanti süresi bitti. - The warranty for my TV is expired.

Garanti süresi nedir? - What is the warranty period?

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salahiyet
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kefalet/garanti
(Kanun,Teknik) teminat
warranty agreement
garanti anlaşması
warranty deed
tapu senedi
warranty (f)
garanti (f)
warranty of habitability
(Kanun) (Gayrimenkul) İçinde yaşamaya elverişli olma garantisi
warranty period
Garanti süresi
warranty return
garanti iade
warranty claim
(Ticaret) teminat talebi
warranty deadline
garantinin sona erdiği tarih
warranty of quality
(Ticaret) kalite garantisi
warranty of title
(Kanun) zapta karşı teminat
warranty period
teminat süresi
warranty provision
garanti hükmü
warranty return
teminatın iadesi
warranty rules
garanti şartları
breach of warranty
(Sigorta) garantinin ihlali
definite letter of warranty
kati teminat mektubu
express warranty
(Ticaret) açık garanti
express warranty
(Ticaret) açık teminat
limited warranty
(Ticaret) sınırlı garanti
scope of warranty
(Ticaret) garanti kapsamı
void of warranty
garanti dışı
breach of warranty
garantiyi bozma
sales warranty
satış garantisi
extended warranty
genişletilmiş garanti
non prorated warranty
ürün değişikliği garantisi
certificate of warranty
(Avrupa Birliği) garanti belgesi
implied warranty
(Ticaret) belirtilmiş olmayan garanti
Englisch - Englisch
A covenant real, whereby the granter of an estate of freehold and his heirs were bound to warrant and defend the title, and, in case of eviction by title paramount, to yield other lands of equal value in recompense. This warranty has long since become obsolete, and its place supplied by personal covenants for title. Among these is the covenant of warranty, which runs with the land, and is in the nature of a real covenant
An engagement or undertaking, expressed or implied, that a certain fact regarding the subject of a contract is, or shall be, as it is expressly implied or promised to be. In sales of goods by persons in possession, there is an implied warranty of title
A stipulation or engagement by a party insured, that certain things, relating to the subject of insurance, or affecting the risk, exist, or shall exist, or have been done, or shall be done. These warranties, when expressed, should appear in the policy; but there are certain implied warranties
Justifying mandate or precept; authority; warrant. Shakespeare

If they disobey precept, that is no excuse to us, nor gives us any warranty . . . to disobey likewise. -Kettlewe.

To warrant; to guarantee
Security; warrant; guarantee

The stamp was a warranty of the public. -John Locke.

{n} a deed of security for a contract, act of securing
In construction there are two general types of warranties One is provided by the manufacturer of a product such as roofing material or an appliance The second is a warranty for the labor For example, a roofing contract may include a 30 year material warranty a and a 5 year labor warranty
A guarantee by a seller to a buyer that if a product requires repair or remedy of a problem within a certain period after its purchase, the seller will repair the problem at no cost to the buyer
A promise that certain stated facts are true A guaranty by the seller, covering the title as well as the physical condition of the property A warranty is different from a representation in that a representation is a statement made in the course of negotiations leading up to the sale, but not incorporated into the contract A warranty, on the other hand, is a statement in the contract asserting the truth of certain things about the property
A promise or affirmation given by a contractor to the government regarding the nature, usefulness, or condition of the supplies or performance of services furnished under the contract
{i} guarantee, certificate indicating responsibility; authority; justification
Justificatory mandate or precept; authority; warrant
Security; warrant; guaranty
A legally binding promise to do something in the future
(Otomotiv) A promise by a car manufacturer or a car dealer to fix or replace parts on a new car if they malfunction before a specific time or distance has elapsed
The provision or provisions in a deed, lease or other instrument conveying or transferring an estate or interest in real estate under which the seller becomes liable to the purchaser for defects in or encumbrances on the title
In a broad sense, an agreement or undertaking by a seller to be responsible for present or future losses of the purchaser occasioned by deficiency or defect in the quality, condition or quantity of the thing sold In a stricter sense, the provision or provisions in a deed, lease or other instrument conveying or transferring an estate or interest in real estate under which the seller becomes liable to the purchaser for defects in or encumbrances on the title (See Title Covenants)
Promise, either written or implied, that the material and workmanship of product is free of defects or will meet the specified level of performance over a specified period of time Written warranties on new homes are either backed by insurance companies or by the builders themselves
A statement made on an application for insurance that is warranted to be true in all respects If untrue in any respect, even though the untruth may not have been known to the person giving the warranty, the contract may be voided whether or not the untruth or inexactness is material to the risk
Legally binding agreement to do something
A statement made by the applicant which becomes a condition of issuance of the contract Strictly speaking, a false warranty voids the policy even if it is not material In practice, U S courts are inclined to be lenient towards a policyholder who has made a false warranty which does not materially affect the risk, but British courts still insist upon the truth of warranties
A guarantee by a seller to a buyer that in the event of a product requiring repair or remedy of a problem within a certain period after its purchase, the seller will repair the problem at no cost to the buyer
A statement of fact or opinion about a company's financial condition Also, an agreement between a buyer and a seller of goods or services, detailing the conditions under which the seller will make repairs or fix problems without cost to the buyer
A warranty is a written promise by a company that, if you find a fault in something they have sold you within a certain time, they will repair it or replace it free of charge. a twelve month warranty The equipment is still under warranty. = guarantee. warranties a written agreement in which a company selling something promises to repair it if it breaks within a particular period of time under warranty
a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
Repair - the replacement or repair of defective manufactured hardware within the manufacturer's warranty period
A guarantee given on the performance of a product or the doing of a certain thing For example, many consumer products come with warranties under which the manufacturer will repair or replace any product that fails during the warranty period; the commitment to repair or replace being the "warranty"
Among these is the covenant of warranty, which runs with the land, and is in the nature of a real covenant
A stipulation or engagement by a party insured, that certain things, relating to the subject of insurance, or affecting the risk, exist, or shall exist, or have been done, or shall be done
- In a broad sense, an agreement or undertaking by a seller to be responsible for present or future losses of the purchaser occasioned by deficiency or defect in the quality, condition or quantity of the thing sold In a stricter sense, the provision or provisions in a deed, lease or other instrument conveying or transferring an estate or interest in real estate under which the seller becomes liable to the purchaser for defects in or encumbrances on the title (See Title Convenants )
Justificatory mandate or precept; authority; warrant. [R.] Shak
This warranty has long singe become obsolete, and its place supplied by personal covenants for title
A promise, either written or implied, that the material and workmanship of a product is defect-free or will meet a specific level of performance over a specified period of time
Legally binding promise to do something in the future
A signed statement which guarantees the condition or continued usefulness of an asset or guarantees the truth of the facts set out in the statement The person signing is legally liable if the statement turns out to be untrue or if the asset proves in worse condition than stated
A covenant real, whereby the grantor of an estate of freehold and his heirs were bound to warrant and defend the title, and, in case of eviction by title paramount, to yield other lands of equal value in recompense
An undertaking by the assured whereby he promises to comply with the terms of the warranty Non-compliance consitutes breach of warranty and the underwriter is discharged from liability as from the date of the breach
We warranty our fluid heads against fluid module leaking for five years and a two year limited warranty on factory defects on parts & labor We have a limited 2 year warranty on our tripods against factory defects for parts & labor (customer pays only freight)
An engagement or undertaking, express or implied, that a certain fact regarding the subject of a contract is, or shall be, as it is expressly or impliedly declared or promised to be
In sales of goods by persons in possession, there is an implied warranty of title, but, as to the quality of goods, the rule of every sale is, Caveat emptor
An undertaking, either expressed of implied that a certain fact regarding the subject matter of a contract is presently true or will be true The word should be distinguished from "guaranty" which means a contract or promise by one person to answer for the performance of another The Uniform Commercial Code provides for warranties of merchantability, fitness for particular purpose, title and express warranties
An agreement and assurance by the grantor of real property which is binding upon himself and his heirs, to the effect that he is the owner and will defend the title granted to another
A statement or representation that the goods and/or services will perform as promised in the agreement; a guaranty For example, a License Agreement relating to a database of samples of musical compositions may contain a Warranty that the Licensor has obtained permission from the composers and performers of the individual musical works to provide access to the database to the Licensee
These warranties, when express, should appear in the policy; but there are certain implied warranties
warranty of habitability
(Kanun) A promise in a contract (as for a sale or lease) which states that the subject of the contract is as represented (as in being free from defective workmanship) and which gives the warrantee recourse against the warrantor
warranty return
An item returned by a customer for credit or repair under the terms specified at time of sale. Warranty tracking requires the use of individual order and/or serial numbers to properly recreate the conditions that existed when the item was originally shipped
warranty deed
certificate given to one who buys a guarantee for a product which is purchased
warranty period
period of time specified on the warranty certificate which indicates for how long one can receive service for their product without having to pay
special warranty deed
A deed of title to real property by which the grantor warrants that he is not personally responsible for any title defects, but making no warranties or representations as to the quality of the title in other respects
special warranty deeds
plural form of special warranty deed
breach of warranty
(Kanun) Violation of an agreement between a seller and a buyer as to the condition, content, quality, or title of the item sold
breach of warranty of authority
(Kanun) Creating an impression of agency where no such relationship exists. An agent who enters into a contract with a third party (for and on behalf of a principal) by implication warrants that he or she has the authority to do so. If this is not the case, the third party has the right to sue the agent for breach of warranty of authority
breach of the covenant of warranty
a failure of the seller's guarantee of good title
breach of warranty
When used in reference to an insurance applicant or policyowner, the result of making fraudulent statements or withholding information that causes an insurance company to assume a risk it would not otherwise insure Misrepresentation by the policyowner as to a condition precedent to the issuance of the policy (See also: condition precedent ) This act voids the policy (See also: warranty )
breach of warranty
(See 47) A legal cause of action; a theory on which an injured party seeks damages It arises when a salesperson makes erroneous statements or offers false promises regarding a product's characteristics and capabilities A legal cause of action; a theory on which an injured party seeks damages It arises when a salesperson makes erroneous statements or offers false promises regarding a product's characteristics and capabilities
breach of warranty
Occurs when the physical conditions of the land or the condition of title are not as stated in the contract of sale
breach of warranty
The inability of a seller to pass along a clear title to a buyer
breach of warranty
Inability, on the part of the seller, to pass along clear title to a buyer
breach of warranty
The failure of the seller of real property to pass title as either expressed or implied by law in the conveyancing document
breach of warranty
A seller's inability to pass clear title to a buyer
breach of warranty
In letter-of-credit law, the failure of a party to fulfill the warranties on transfer and presentment
breach of warranty
a breach that occurs when an item is deficient according to the terms of a warranty
breach of warranty
In real property, the failure of the seller to pass title as either expressed or implied (by law) in the conveyancing document
extended warranty
Also known as service contract A contract that covers certain car repairs or problems after the manufacturer's or dealer's warranty expires Extended warranties are sold by car manufacturers, dealers and independent companies With a new car, the extended warranty usually must be purchased by the end of the first year of ownership
extended warranty
A policy, which protects the automobile owner or lessee against mechanical failures and breakdowns Can also be termed Vehicle Service Agreement or Extended Service Agreement This warranty will pay for your vehicle's covered repairs after the manufacturer's warranty has expired
extended warranty
A warranty that covers a vehicle beyond the terms of the standard warranty offered by the manufacturer; also called a service contract
extended warranty
Extend the life of your purchase With this program, you can double the U S manufacturer's or store brand warranty's period of protection This is an insurance program, certain restrictions and exclusions apply
extended warranty
Extend the life of your purchase With this program you can double the U S manufacturer's or store brand warranty's period protection This is an insurance program, certain restrictions and exclusions apply Please refer to the Guide to Benefits for a full program description
extended warranty
A contract that can be purchased to cover the costs of parts and service on a vehicle beyond the manufacturer's original warranty period
one year warranty
guarantee of free maintenance or repair for one year after the purchase of a product
under warranty
under guarantee, with the warranty still in effect, with a valid warranty
warranties
Written guarantees of the quality of a product and the promise to repair or replace defective parts free of charge
warranties
A promise that an item meets a certain standard •Goods - sale of
warranties
guarantees (e g The store will give you a warranty for your stereo, so if something goes wrong, they will fix it )
warranties
A series of statements which one party to a transaction gives and upon which the other party relies when entering into the arrangement A typical example of this is the warranties given by a vendor in a share purchase agreement The purchaser will have carried out his own diligence but will not have been able to investigate every detail of the company The parties negotiate the various warranties that the vendor will give to the purchaser in the agreement about the various elements of the purchase and the company In the event of a subsequent breach of the warranties, i e a statement turns out not to be true, then the purchaser will be able to bring an action against the vendor for the breach
warranties
Statement attesting that certain statements are true For instance, the borrower may warrant that it is a corporation, that it is entering into the agreement legally and that financial statements supplied to the bank are true
warranties
Provisions in a sale agreement through which the vendor guarantees certain matters to the purchaser about the business being sold
warranties
Stipulations made by the owner of the vessel as to the details of a ship's characteristics and performance
warranties
A series of legal statements whereby the principals of the investee company attest to the accuracy and completeness of the information provided during the due diligence process
warranties
plural of warranty
warranties
Declaration by the insured as to the accuracy of all information submitted in the application
warranty
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