Products and Services Law
What Is Products and Services Law?
The law protects both consumers who purchase defective products and businesses that make or sell the products.
The law focuses on enforcing warranties made on personal items, drugs, medical devices, and the like. Further, implied warranties exist to protect consumers regardless of whether the product specifically states coverage. The LegalMatch Law Library has over 240 articles about defective products and services:
- Automobile (Insurance Claims, Products, Lemon Laws) (32+ Articles)
- Faulty or Defective Products (Fraud, Warranties, Drugs) (88+ Articles)
- Malpractice Lawyers (Medical, Attorney, other) (99+ Articles)
- Other Transportation (Ships, Air, Trucking) (20+ Articles)
Many people hire the services of others who are specially skilled. The law determines how to draft a contract between parties for services and what obligations each can be held to. The law of each state also places restrictions on the actions of certain specialized practices, such as attorneys and doctors. Thus, whether you are hiring a contractor to renovate your house, or are looking for an attorney to represent you in a products liability case, the law regulates these relationships.
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Last Modified: 02-20-2014 11:41 AM PST
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