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Warranty Claims

Warranty Claims

The joy of buying a company might disappear quickly if it turns out that you've been 'sold a pup'. In particular, you might find that something you had been told about that company wasn't true.

This might entitle you to bring a claim against the sellers for breach of warranty.

Warranties can arise in other situations, too. For example, in a contract for the sale of goods or services, you might have been given an assurance as to performance or quality.

Normally, a warranty will have been given in writing, so the first thing to do is to look at the wording of the warranty to see whether it has been breached. If it has, the next thing to do is to calculate the value of any loss suffered as a result of the breach.

Bringing (or defending) a claim for breach of warranty can be complicated. We have extensive experience of dealing with warranty claims and of achieving a positive outcome for our clients.

Dispute Resolution Newsletter

Our team of Dispute Resolution solicitors publishes a quarterly e-newsletter covering the latest legal news and developments across a wide variety of litigation matters. To find out more about the latest issue, or browse through past editions, please visit The Brief category in the Publications section.

Useful Downloads

Dispute Resolution leaflet

Guide to Small Claims and Alternative Dispute Resolution
View our guide to see how you can manage your own small claim as well as alternatives to going to court.