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The Magnuson-Moss Warranty is a Federal Trade Commission law stating that an advertised guarantee must disclose relevant information about a warranty. The act also requires written express warranties for goods costing over $10 to be labeled as full or limited, and requires written express warranties for goods costing over $15 to be made available to read before purchasing and easy to understand. The law provides that a buyer who has been damaged by a supplier, warrantor, or service contractor may bring suit for damages and other legal and equitable relief.


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