University of Baltimore Law Review


The Maryland Legislature in 1969 provided for increased consumer protection for third party beneficiaries of warranties. This comment explores the effectiveness of that legislation and concludes that it is sufficient if the courts apply it liberally. If the courts cannot use the present law effectively, suggested legislative alternatives are presented.

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