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Written warranty; contents
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 35-A
§ 732. Written warranty; contents. The aftermarket rustproofing
warranty required by this article must contain the following terms:

1. Defects. The body sheet metal, structural members and frame of the
motor vehicle are warranted not to rust through from the inside out
during the warranty period specified.

2. Corrective action.

(a) The warrantor will, as a minimum remedy, make repairs or indemnify
the buyer for the actual cost of repairing any rust damage covered by
the warranty.

(b) The warrantor will honor all valid claims under the warranty
regardless of their number.

(c) Nothing contained in this section shall be deemed to preclude a
warrantor from entering into a contract requiring a financially solvent
applicator to be initially responsible for the cost of any corrective
action as a result of the negligence of the applicator of the
aftermarket rustproofing.

3. Length of warranty. This warranty shall be valid for a period of
not less than five years from the date of the application of the
aftermarket rustproofing, provided, however, that this section shall not
be construed as to extend this warranty to a person who is a subsequent
transferee of the buyer.