Warranty Agreement Law and Legal Definition
A warranty agreement is a legal agreement provided by a manufacturer to a buyer accepting to repair or replace, free of charge, any part proving defective in material or workmanship. The Warranty agreement is an inevitable part of a sale of a product. It is an assurance provided by the manufacturer to provide repair or replacement, free of charge, of any part proving defective in material or workmanship for a certain time period after purchase. This agreement will contain the description of the product, as well as the details of the warranty coverage. It will contain the details of the manufacturer and the buyer, and materials or services that will not be covered by warranty. The agreement will also have the list of service centers authorized by manufacturer.