Wrinkles in the Enforceability Boilerplate
Probate and Property, January/February 2002, Volume 16, Number 1
By Howard Darmstadter
What can it mean? If the agreement is unenforceable, won’t the warranty be unenforceable as well? In a legal opinion, the sentence (without the warranty language) makes sense, but placed in the agreement itself, it seems to verge on self-contradiction. It’s like the liar paradox: you can say that someone else always lies, but you can’t say it about yourself.