It has recently become common to refer to warranties that accompany the goods as "pass-through" warranties. They accompany the goods down the chain of title. They run with goods much as a traditional warranty of good title runs with the land in real estate transactions. The warranty booklet that comes with the new car, the warranty certificate in the box in which the computer is delivered, the manufacturer's label attached to the herbicide container are all examples of "pass-through" warranties. In this thesis, after examining the express warranties under the present article 2 of UCC, "pass-through" and advertising warranties will be examined under the present and under the proposed revision of article 2, respectively. In this context, the advantages and the disadvantages of the revision and the gaps of the present article 2 will be examined.