§ 3.1-275. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Guaranty of farm or garden seed; seller bound by written or pr...
Any person who sells farm or garden seeds to be used in producing crops for sale or where such crops are used other than for sale shall be bound as guarantor that such seeds are true to kind and variety as represented at the time of sale, whether such seeds were raised by the seller or by another; and if such seeds are sold by an agent the principal shall be bound by the representations of the agent with regard to the kind and variety of the seed so sold.
If any paper or package containing seed sold in this Commonwealth for planting or seeding has printed or written thereon the kind, variety, or quality of the seeds therein the seller shall be bound in the courts of this Commonwealth by the same written or printed statement unless it be affirmatively proved by the seller that there was some other agreement between the parties in respect thereto.
(Code 1950, § 3-219.13; 1958, c. 483; 1966, c. 702; 1994, c. 577.)Sections: Previous 3.1-269 3.1-270 3.1-271 3.1-271.1 3.1-272 3.1-273 3.1-274 3.1-275 3.1-275.1 3.1-275.2 3.1-275.3 3.1-275.4 3.1-275.5 3.1-275.6 3.1-275.7 Next
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