However, if the buyer uses it for mountain biking, the buyer does not use the bike for the intended use and there is no market guarantee. However, if the buyer is able to prove that the bike is defective even in normal road traffic conditions, there is a violation of the market cereality guarantee. In the absence of a written sales contract, certain warranties relating to the goods may apply either automatically or not at all. Warranties are legally enforceable commitments or warranties that assure the buyer that certain facts or conditions regarding the goods are accurate. According to the Commercial Uniform (UCC), there are two types of warranties – explicit warranties and implied warranties. The buyer will want to prevent the seller from creating a new competitive activity affecting the value of the business for sale. . . .