notifying Secord of the problem and receiving no reeif,
Kevin Woods brought a used car from Robert Secord for $1,300. Secord told Woods that the sale was “as is” and “without guarantee”. He also said that the car was in good condition and ran out properly. The car broke down before woods reached home. After notifying Secord of the problem and receiving no reeif, Woods sold the car to salvage for $600. Woods then tried to recover the damages from Secord.
1. Would Secord be able to legally defend his position by emphasizing that he offered the car in “as is” condition?
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome
3. What can you do to protect yourself from purchasing a bad or used car?