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(1) There is in a lease contract a warranty that for the lease term no person holds a claim to or interest in the goods that arose from an act or omission of the lessor, other than a claim by way of infringement or the like, which will interfere with the lessee's enjoyment of its leasehold interest.
(2) Except in a finance lease there is in a lease contract by a lessor who is a merchant regularly dealing in goods of the kind a warranty that the goods are delivered free of the rightful claim of any person by way of infringement or the like.
(3) A lessee who furnishes specifications to a lessor or a supplier shall hold the lessor and the supplier harmless against any claim by way of infringement or the like that arises out of compliance with the specifications.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New York Consolidated Laws, Uniform Commercial Code - UCC § 2-A-211. Warranties Against Interference and Against Infringement; Lessee's Obligation Against Infringement - last updated January 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ny/uniform-commercial-code/ucc-sect-2-a-211.html
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