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Question: Pathek sold a pair of skis to

Pathek sold a pair of skis to Whelan, making no specific warranties or promises of any kind other than letting Whelan examine and try them. In fact, Pathek did not own the skis; he had only rented them. When the true owner claimed them, Whelan demanded his money back. Pathek defended his actions by stating that he had made no warranty of any kind.
a. Did Pathek give an implied warranty of title?
b. Will Whelan be able to recover his money?
c. Did Pathek give an express warranty of any kind?


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