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warrantor

an individual or company that provides a warranty
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The Pre-Sale Availability Rule amendments allow warrantors to display warranty terms online and provide information to consumers to obtain those terms via non-Internet means.
In explaining the process, the FTC said, "In order to implement the changes required by the E-Warranty Act, the [FTC] proposes to revise the Pre-Sale Availability Rule to allow warrantors to post warranty terms on their websites if they also provide an offline method for consumers to obtain them, and to allow certain sellers to provide warranty terms pre-sale in an electronic format .
raising of the belief between the enterprise and its warrantors.
Where the beneficiary of the guarantee or warranty proceeds against the guarantor or warrantor in the competent French courts, he will be able to apply for recognition of the German judgment, and it will no longer be possible to re-examine that judgment as to the merits.
Even in South Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines, where the military's role as an agent of nation building had been less accentuated, the armed forces imagined themselves as the warrantors of national survival and defenders against communist subversion.
This is because the sources of his authority are, to say the least, questionable: he names as his warrantors a non-existent pope (July the sixth) and a schismatic pope who was notorious for his greediness (Bonyface the nynth).
The MMWA allows consumers to sue for damages when product suppliers, warrantors, or service providers fail to comply with "a written warranty, implied warranty, or service contract.
The play reveals Steward and Deacon as the warrantors of Winthrop's hierarchical community.