Article 476. Deficiencies of the goods for which the seller is responsible.
1. The seller is responsible for the shortcomings of the goods if the buyer proves that the shortcomings of the goods occurred prior to his transfer to the buyer or for reasons that arose before that point. 2. With regard to the goods to which the seller has been given a quality guarantee, the seller is responsible for the shortcomings of the goods if it does not prove that the defects of the goods arose after they were handed over to the buyer as a result of the buyer’s violation of the rules for using or storing the goods, or actions of third parties or irresistible force.
References to other articles of chapter 30. Purchase and sale: