Require Information Regarding Implied Warranties When Offering an Extended Warranty at the Point of Sale
|Sponsor:||Representative Tina Riley, House 74|
|Bill #:||LD 1366|
UPDATE 5/15/19: The committee voted uanimously Ought Not to Pass. The bill is dead.
This bill requires a seller that offers an extended warranty on goods at the point of sale to inform the buyer of the implied warranty provisions under state law by stating: "Maine's implied warranty law covers most consumer goods for up to 4 years as long as the item is seriously defective and not simply worn out."