nIn addition to express warranties that may
accompany the sale of goods, Article 2-314of the UCC provides that, unless excluded or modified, there is an implied warranty of merchantability that the goods are fit for ordinary use if the seller is a merchant with
respect to goods of that
nArticle 2-315 provides for an implied warranty of fitness of goods for the buyer’s particular purpose if the seller knows any particular purpose for which
the goods are required and
that the buyer is relying on the seller’s skill or judgment to select or furnish
nArticle 2-316 allows certain warranties to be modified or disclaimed in a conspicuous manner.