QUESTION: What is the statue of limitations for a warranty issue?
ANSWER: Generally, there is no specific duration for implied warranties under state laws. But state statutes of limitation for breach of either an express or an implied warranty are generally four years from date of purchase. This means that buyers have four years in which to discover and seek a remedy for problems that were present in the product at the time it was sold. This doesn’t mean that the product must last for four years. It means only that the product must be of normal durability, considering its nature and price.