Implied Warranties

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The unexpressed warranties which the law presumes may include;

Implied Warranty as to Quiet Possession
In every contract of sale, the buyer under an implied warranty is presumed to possess the right to have and enjoy quiet possession of the goods. If that warranty is breached then buyer can claim for damages.

Implied Warranty as to Freedom from Encumbrances
There is an implied warranty on the part of the seller that the goods is sold to the buyer must have been free from any charge or encumbrance.

Implied Warranty as to Usage of Trade
Implied warranty as to quality and fitness for a particular purpose may be annexed by usage of trade.