WARRANTIES

Barker v. Lull Engineering Co. (Cal. 1978)—A Product Is Defective in Design if (1) It Has Failed to Perform as Safely as an Ordinary Consumer Would Expect When It Is Used in an Intended or Reasonably Foreseeable Manner, or (2) the Injury Was Proximately Caused by the Defective Design and the Benefits of the Challenged Design Do Not Outweigh Its Risks…..28:493

Busker v. Sokolowski (Iowa 1972)—Court Indicates It Will in the Future Find Implied Warranties in Sales of New Houses…..23:205

Can an Innocent Bystander, Injured by a Defective Product, Maintain an Action Against the Manufactures for Breach of an Implied Warranty of Fitness?…..15:137

Final Payment and Warranties on Presentment Under the Uniform Commercial Code—Some Aspects…..23:34

Implied Warranty of Habitability in Housing Leases…..21:300

The Iowa Law of Real Estate Brokerage…..30:437

Miller v. Preitz, 422 Pa. 383, 221 A.2d 320 (1966)—Is Uniform Commercial Code § 2-318 an Invitation to Discard Vertical Privity in Warranty Actions?…..16:115

Piercefield v. Remington Arms Co., 375 Mich. 85, 133 N.W.2d 129 (1965)—Product Liability—Can an Innocent Bystander Injured by a Defective Product, Maintain an Action Against the Manufacturer for Breach of an Implied Warranty of Fitness?…..15:137

Thompson v. Ogeman County Board of Road Commissioners, 357 Mich. 482, 98 N.W.2d 620 (1959)—In an Action for the Wrongful Death of a Minor Child, May the Parent or Parents of Such Child Recover for the Loss of Possible Contributions the Deceased Child Might Have Made after Reaching Age Twenty-One?…..10:74

Title Covenants for the Iowa Homeowners—Some Good News and Much Bad News…..23:1

Van Wyk v. Norden Laboratories, Inc. (Iowa 1984)—A Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose Is Based upon a Special Reliance by the Buyer on the Seller to Provide Goods that Will Perform a Specific Use Envisaged and Communicated by the Buyer…..34:577