The following paper analysis the case provided by John Moss titled ‘Buyers Still Get the Short End of the Warranties’ and highlights the relationship between case and the work pf Miller and Jentz. The subject of the case discussed pertains to warranties and disclaimers and how even through laws are made specifically to protect the consumers, companies still tend to provide minimal level of warranties.
The United States Uniform Commercial Code provides the necessity and governing rules for the implied and expressed warranties. The offer of warranties, their requirements, and conditions as well as disclaimers of warranties are all provided by the UCC. The United States laws pertaining to warranties and disclaimers provides that in order for warranties and related disclaimers to be effective, the sellers have to establish a warranty by providing it on a formal written document which highlights the sections under warranty as well as the disclaimers that are held by the companies.