Many household services professionals such as carpenters plumbers and electricians do business as sole

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Many household services professionals such as carpenters, plumbers, and electricians do business as sole

proprietors. If they make a promise to their customers that their work (not the products themselves) will be free from defects for a certain period of time (i.e., a warranty), and then subsequently sell their business assets to another individual, should the buyer be bound by the promises made by the seller? Why or why not?

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