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Are warranties better than indemnities for suppliers?

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Yes, because there are often opportunities to resolve breaches of warranty that are not usually available under an indemnity.

If there is a breach of a warranty then there is usually another provision in the contract for you to fix the problem in a specified period. There may also be terms setting out a dispute resolution procedure so that you can both find a more constructive way to solve the problem.

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