Warranties are given in a number of different commercial transactions and situations. For example, where a business is being sold, the seller will provide the buyer with numerous warranties as part of the purchase agreement.
These warranties can relate to any aspects of the business which the buyer is purchasing and often cover areas which the buyer has less knowledge of at the time of purchase so is reliant on the seller’s warranties to provide assurances or confirmation.
Where there is a breach of a warranty more often than not, it will lead to one party suffering a loss, which may be significant. We have over 30 years of combined experience representing clients bringing and defending claims concerning a breach of warranty.