Southern Energy Homes, Inc. v. Harcus
In Southern Energy Homes, Inc. v. Harcus, 754 So. 2d 622 (Ala. 1999) Southern Energy offered some evidence indicating that the purchasers had accepted the benefits of its warranty. Specifically, it contended that it had made service calls to the mobile home at the request of the purchasers in order to effect repairs covered by the warranty. So. 2d at .
The Court remanded the cause for a finding as to whether the buyers had "agreed, by ratification [through accepting the benefits of the warranty] or otherwise, to submit their claims against Southern Energy to arbitration"). Id. at .