Message - Re: misleading trade names

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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on February 07, 2003 at 11:18:42:

In Reply to:  misleading trade names posted by K.S. Bradt on February 06, 2003 at 22:58:57:

Certainly I think that if some product that is manufactured by man is misleadingly (even by inference) portraited as the stone of coincident name, I think the manufacturer or packager of such product is cheating an then subjectable to mandatory correction, and justice will say to what more. If I specify mármol (marble) I specify the stone, not anything else that is labeled by such name.

However, seeing your call, I take notice to always then add "natural stone" to the specifications, or even an exclusion of any kind of manufacture other than cutting and finishing the pieces for proper installation.

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