Implied Warranty in Oklahoma is Dictated by Statute
Video Transcribed: Implied warranty in Oklahoma is dictated by statute, provides that stipulations which are necessary to make a contract reasonable or conformable to use are implied in respect to the matters concerning which the contract manifests no contrary intention.
Another way to put this is that work is to be done in a proper workmanship fashion and to be fit for the intended use. Plans and specifications are implicitly warranted for a fit of their intended use absent and open and obvious defect or deficiency that would be recognizable by a prudent contractor.
A breach of this such warranty would be any failure to perform in a workman-like manner or to have have drawings that are not up to standard or are later found to be defective. There is a way to contract around an implied warranty, but it requires some specific language. Thank you. This was Tulsa Construction Lawyer Brian Carter.