In rejecting goods, a lessee's failure to state a particular defect that is ascertainable by reasonable inspection precludes
the lessee from relying on the defect to justify rejection or to establish default:
(a). If, stated seasonably, the lessor or the supplier could have cured it (section 2-1513); or [1991, c. 805, §4 (NEW).]
(b). Between merchants if the lessor or the supplier after rejection has made a request in writing for a full and final written
statement of all defects on which the lessee proposes to rely. [1991, c. 805, §4 (NEW).]
1991, c. 805, §4 (NEW)
A lessee's failure to reserve rights when paying rent or other consideration against documents precludes recovery of the payment
for defects apparent in the documents.
2009, c. 324, Pt. B, §21 (AMD);
2009, c. 324, Pt. B, §48 (AFF)
1991, c. 805, §4 (NEW).
2009, c. 324, Pt. B, §21 (AMD).
2009, c. 324, Pt. B, §48 (AFF).
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