Liability to retailer of manufacturer not maintaining service and repair facility within state
Each manufacturer who, with respect to a consumer good sold within this state, makes an express warranty but does not provide a service or repair facility within this state is liable to the retail seller who incurs obligations in giving effect to the express warranty:
(1) In the event of replacement, in an amount equal to the cost to the retail seller of the replaced good, and cost of transporting the good, if such costs are incurred, plus a reasonable handling charge.
(2) In the event of service and repair, in an amount equal to that which would be received by the retail seller for like service rendered to a retail consumer who is not entitled to warranty protection, including actual and reasonable costs of the service and repair and the costs of transporting the good, if such costs are incurred, plus a reasonable profit.
(3) In the event of reimbursement under ORS 72.8110 (Retailer's service and repair of nonconforming good in absence of manufacturer's service and repair facilities within state) (1), in an amount equal to that reimbursed to the buyer plus a reasonable handling or service charge. [1973 c.413 §11]
Note: See note under 72.8010 (Definitions for ORS 72.8010 to 72.8200).
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