A: Yes, but the purchaser must clearly be informed that there are none. As a practical matter, for sellers to remain competitive in the marketplace, some form of warranty is generally included on a product or service. A warranty is an important feature to consider when you are making a purchase, and you would be wise to compare warranties among several merchants; it might save you a significant amount of money if you discover a defect or malfunction at a later date.
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