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With respect to a qualified indorser, which liabilities are eliminated as a result of the qualified indorsement?

a/primary signature and secondary signature liability only.
b/ secondary signature liability only.
c/primary signature liability only
d/ primary signature liability and warranty liability
e/Primary and secondary signature liability, and warranty liability.

I chose #c.

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