The typical computer warranty disclosure form limits what the buyer can recover if the computer hardware turns out to be defective. The buyer normally is limited to obtaining repair or replacement of the defective item, with the manufacturer having the right to choose between repair and replacement. In addition, your ... For this reason, some warranty forms make no mention of a time period for filing a suit.
|Title||:||The Computer User's Legal Guide|
|Author||:||R. Lee Hagelshaw|