University of Baltimore Law Review


Warranties of title and quality define the scope of residential home buyers' rights against sellers and builders. sing a comparative analysis 0format, this article discusses existing Maryland warranty law and comparable provisions of the Uniform Land Transactions Act to reveal serious deficiencies in the Maryland warranty scheme. The author concludes that in those areas where the Maryland and Uniform Act schemes differ, the Uniform Act offers consumers more comprehensive protection than Maryland law. In those areas where the schemes are harmonious, uniformity and related benefits can be achieved without a major overhaul of all areas of warranty law.

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