Sugar & Spice, Inc., and Taste Treats stores enter into a contract for a sale of confections. Sugar & Spice, a merchant who deals in goods of the kind sold, makes express warranties in connection with the sale. Under the UCC, at the time a contract is formed, an express warranty can be disclaimed or modified
A) by clear, conspicuous language called to the buyer's attention.
B) by implied affirmations of fact relating to the goods.
C) in any way that the seller sees fit for the ordinary purpose.
D) in no way.
Marcos buys a pneumatic drill from NuTools Inc. Owen leases a table saw from Piecework Tools Sales & Lease Company. Later, Marcos and Owen become aware of defects in the goods that indicate breaches of warranty. An action for breach of warranty accrues when
A) the seller or lessor tenders delivery.
B) the buyer or lessee becomes aware of the breach.
C) the nonbreaching party notifies the breaching party of the breach.
D) four years have passed since the breach occurred.
Music, Inc., sells fifty MP3 players to Noise Stores, Inc. To avoid liability for most implied warranties, in some states Music could simply state in writing that the players are sold
A) as is.
B) by a merchant.
C) in perfect condition.
D) with no known defects.
Langston steals from MindGames, Inc., ten game players, which Langston sells to Nu2U Games store. Unaware that the players are stolen, Nu2U reconditions them and sells them to Online Distributors, Inc. With the reconditioned drives, Nu2U gives Online Distributors a written statement that disclaims "any and all warranties." MindGames learns that Online Distributors has the players and demands their return. Online Distributors gives the equipment to MindGames and files a suit against Nu2U. Will Online Distributors succeed in its suit? Why or why not?