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An express or implied promise arising out of a contract or a transfer of interests in real estate.An express warranty would be a manufacturer's warranty that an appliance will be defect free for 12 months. The “warranty of fitness for a particular use and purpose” is an implied warranty, imposed by the law,that a product will be safe if used in the manner in which it is intended.The contents of written warranties on consumer products are covered by the federal Magnusson-Moss Act, passed in 1975.It includes goods attached to or installed on real property. See alsowarranty deed.