warranter

warrantor

[wawr-uhn-tawr, -ter, wor-]
noun
a person who warrants or makes a warranty.
Also, warranter [wawr-uhn-ter, wor-] .


Origin:
1675–85; warrant + -or2

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warrant (ˈwɒrənt)
 
n
1.  anything that gives authority for an action or decision; authorization; sanction
2.  a document that certifies or guarantees, such as a receipt for goods stored in a warehouse, a licence, or a commission
3.  law an authorization issued by a magistrate or other official allowing a constable or other officer to search or seize property, arrest a person, or perform some other specified act
4.  (in certain armed services) the official authority for the appointment of warrant officers
5.  a security that functions as a stock option by giving the owner the right to buy ordinary shares in a company at a specified date, often at a specified price
 
vb
6.  to guarantee the quality, condition, etc, of (something)
7.  to give authority or power to
8.  to attest to or assure the character, worthiness, etc, of
9.  to guarantee (a purchaser of merchandise) against loss of, damage to, or misrepresentation concerning the merchandise
10.  law to guarantee (the title to an estate or other property)
11.  to declare boldly and confidently
 
[C13: from Anglo-French warrant, variant of Old French guarant, from guarantir to guarantee, of Germanic origin; compare guaranty]
 
'warrantable
 
adj
 
warranta'bility
 
n
 
'warrantably
 
adv
 
'warranter
 
n
 
'warrantless
 
adj

warrantor (ˈwɒrənˌtɔː)
 
n
an individual or company that provides a warranty

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