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merchantiable quality (1 Viewer)


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Sep 12, 2003
doesnt merchantible quality of a product mean the actual product....like the cereal has to be guaranteed not to have moss and be old and shit

the fact that metal was in the cereal shows that the ACTUAL PRODUCT of cereal was alright, good quality, but the metal was just negligence

hence the answer is tort law

fuck i rule

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