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See UCC 2-313. Express warranties are created by affirmation, promise, description, or sample. It is not necessary to use special words or even have a specific intention to make a warranty or to create an express warranty. See UCC 2-313 (2). An affirmation of goods or statements concerning a seller's opinions do not create a warranty. A seller's opinion or a commendation of the goods does not create a warranty. See UCC 2-313 (2). Express or implied warranties shall be construed as consistent, but if this is unreasonable the intentions of the parties shall dominate. See UCC 2-317 for the (pecking) order of intentions.

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