This Warranty text was taken from http://freecom.com/news.asp?Id=43
10. Warranty of Seller
- Each of Seller and Buyer shall be regarded as having received no representation made by or on behalf of other of them before contract was entered into which in any way induced it to enter into contract, but this shall not apply to any representation recorded in quotation or order or acknowledgement of it.
- Seller warrants that it has right to sell goods and that goods are free from any charge or encumbrance unknown to Buyer.
- Buyer shall be entitled to benefit of any warranty or guarantee relating to goods given by manufacturer to Seller in so far as such warranty or guarantee may be assigned by Seller to Buyer.
- In respect of the goods supplied the Seller gives to the Buyer a 24 month warranty on the terms set out in the Seller's catalogue. The Seller shall at its option credit the account of the buyer or replace without charge to the Buyer all goods which at the time of delivery are defective but only if the Buyer obtains a "return of material authorisation" number from the Seller and has such number displayed in plain view on the shipping documents and the Buyer returns such goods within 30 days from the date of delivery in original packaging and in good condition without their serial number or any part thereof altered, defaced or removed to the Seller's premises accompanied by a specification in writing of the defects involved. The Buyer shall notify Seller in each instance when Buyer intends to return goods which the Buyer believes are defective and Seller shall be entitled to examine such goods at Buyer's premises prior to their return. Final inspection and determination whether goods are defective shall be made at the Seller's premises or may be based upon the manufacturer's actual test report. The Seller's sole liability in respect of this warranty shall be as provided herein which shall be the sole and exclusive remedy of the Buyer.