By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD
When you sell something "AS IS" it means that the buyer is purchasing it in whatever condition it is in. This is in contrast to the seller making certain representations, or providing warranties, in other transactions. Thus, if you are buying something and the contract says its being sold "AS IS" you had best take to heart the phrase "buyer beware".
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