affirmative warranty


affirmative warranty
s.
garantía afirmativa, garantía expresa, garantía escrita.

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  • affirmative warranty — see warranty 3 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • affirmative warranty — A warranty by all insured which asserts the existence of a fact or condition, and appears on the face of the policy, or is attached thereto and made a part thereof. 29 Am J Rev ed. Ins § 709 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warranty — war·ran·ty / wȯr ən tē, wär / n pl ties [modification (influenced by warrant ) of Anglo French garantie, from garantir to protect, warrant] 1: a promise in a deed that gives the grantee of an estate recourse (as through an action for damages)… …   Law dictionary

  • affirmative — af·fir·ma·tive /ə fər mə tiv/ adj 1: asserting the existence of certain facts esp. in support of a cause of action affirmative proof 2: resulting from an intentional act affirmative concealment 3: involving or requiring application of effort …   Law dictionary

  • warranty — A promise that a proposition of fact is true. The Fred Smartley, Jr., C.A.Va., 108 F.2d 603, 606. An assurance by one party to agreement of existence of fact upon which other party may rely. It is intended precisely to relieve promisee of any… …   Black's law dictionary

  • affirmative — That which declares positively; that which avers a fact to be true; that which establishes; the opposite of negative. As to affirmative plea affirmative proof affirmative warranty, see those titles …   Black's law dictionary

  • affirmative — That which declares positively; that which avers a fact to be true; that which establishes; the opposite of negative. As to affirmative plea affirmative proof affirmative warranty, see those titles …   Black's law dictionary

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  • covenant — cov·e·nant / kə və nənt/ n 1: an official agreement or compact an international covenant on human rights 2 a: a contract in its entirety or a promise within a contract for the performance or nonperformance of a particular act a covenant not to… …   Law dictionary

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