No time specification, no breach of warranty.

Among other holdings in a breach-of-warranty dispute about an aircraft engine, the Fifth Circuit reversed a finding that the manufacturer breached an express warranty by not repairing the engine in a timely manner. Because, under Texas law, “courts will not rewrite agremeents to insert provisions parties could have included,” “time is not of the essence of a contract unless the contract explicitly makes it so . . . .”  Becker v. Continental Motors, Inc., No. 16-10166 (Oct. 3, 2017).

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