warrantor

noun

  • Contract Law

Definitions of warrantor

  • a person or entity that gives a warranty (=an assurance that a particular aspect of the contract or process of contracting is guaranteed by one of the contracting parties)

    The warrantor must remedy malfunctions or defects in the product within a reasonable time and without charge.

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