Nevada, the elements for a claim of breach of an implied warranty of
1.Buyer purchases goods from a seller;
2.Seller is a merchant with respect to
the goods of the type of those in question;
3.Nevada law implies a warranty of
merchantability unless specifically excluded or modified by contract with the
seller (NRS 104.2314);
4.The implied warranty is that the goods “shall
5.A disclaimer contained in a contract
excludes warranty (NRS 104.2316); and
6.Causation and damages.
104.2314; NRS 104.2316; Scaffidi
v. United Nissan, 425 F. Supp. 2d 1172 (D. Nev. 2005); Vacation Village,
Inc. v. Hitachi Am. Ltd., 110 Nev. 481, 874 P.2d 744 (1994); Olson v.
Richard, 120 Nev. 240, 247, 89 P.3d 31, 35 (2004); Sierra Creek Ranch,
Inc., v. J.I. Case, 97 Nev. 457, 634 P.2d 458
(1981); “Unless excluded, or modified, a warranty of merchantability is implied
in a contract if the seller is a merchant with respect to the goods in
question.” Mohasco Indus., Inc. v. Anderson Halverson Corp., 90 Nev.
114, 520 P.2d 234, 235-36 (1974) (citing NRS