warranty
noun
  1. a legal document which promises that a machine will work properly or that an item is of good quality

    Examples
    • The car is sold with a twelve-month warranty.

    • The warranty covers spare parts but not labour costs.

  2. a promise in a contract

  3. a statement made by an insured person which declares that the facts stated by him are true

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