SB 270, 64th R.S. history

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SB 270, 64th R.S.
Amending Section 2.318 of the Business & Commerce Code, relating to the defense of lack of privity and failure to give notice with respect to a manufacturer's liability in a suit for breach of warranty, express or implied, and prohibiting exclusion or limitation of the operation of this section; adding a Chapter 19 to the Business & Commerce Code, making a manufacturer or other warrantor liable to a retailer for its services and repairs pursuant to warranty and creating a cause of action and authorizing certain remedies in the retailer against the manufacturer or other warrantor, including attorney's fees.

Last action: Vetoed by the Governor

Author: Lloyd Doggett
Sponsor: Dave Finney

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (Committee)

Vetoed by Governor Dolph Briscoe

Business & Commerce--Trade Practices
Civil Remedies & Liabilities

House Committee: Business & Industry ()
Minutes: May 22 1975
Senate Committee: Human Resources ()
Minutes: February 24 1975 | March 3 1975 | March 6 1975 | March 10 1975 | March 17 1975 | March 24 1975 | March 26 1975

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