Article 53 - Implied Obligations
(1) Implied obligations stem from reasonableness, the nature and purpose of the contract and practices established between the parties and usages.
(2) In a contract for the sale of goods:
(A) there shall be an implied term on the part of the seller that the seller has the right to sell the goods in question and that such goods are not subject to any encumbrances;
(B) by description there shall be an implied term that the goods will correspond with that description; and
(C) where a purchaser of goods makes known any particular purpose for which goods are being bought there shall be an implied term that such goods are fit for such purpose.
(3) In a contract for services there shall be an implied term that the provider of such services will use reasonable skill in the provision of the services.