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Consumer Protection – False Advertising – Modular Home – Sale Of 'Goods' (access required)

Plaintiffs unhappy with the modular home they purchased from defendant manufacturer/seller may not sue the builder who constructed the home under Virginia's false advertising statute, but plaintiffs have claims against the manufacturer seller for false advertising and for breach of implied warranties of fitness and merchantability under the Uniform Commercial Code. As a threshold issue, this ...

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