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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Sales -- United States -- States.,
  • Remedies (Law) -- United States -- States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementHarold Greenberg.
SeriesBusiness practice library
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF915.Z95 G74 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 433 p. ;
Number of Pages433
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2734649M
ISBN 100471812838
LC Control Number86028973

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Rights and remedies under U.C.C. Article 2 (Business practice library) [Harold Greenberg] on prideinpill.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Greenberg, Harold. In most situations, the U.C.C. holds merchants to a higher standard. Does Article 2 treat merchants the same as non-merchants? No. Article 2 distinguishes between merchants and non­merchants. In most situations, the U.C.C. holds merchants to a higher standard. Under the U.C.C., a merchant is one who regularly deals in goods of the kind. § Remedies for Breach of Collateral contracts Not Impaired. § Seller's Remedies on Discovery of Buyer's Insolvency. § Seller's Remedies in General. § Seller's Right to Identify Goods to the Contract Notwithstanding Breach or to Salvage Unfinished Goods. § Seller's Stoppage of Delivery in Transit or. Remedies Under the New International Sales Convention: The Perspective from Article 2 of the U.C.C. Harry M. Flechtner ) Fundamental Breach [T]he key to the Convention's system of remedies is avoidance/nonavoidance of contract and the key to the avoidance machinery is "fundamental breach.".

REMEDIES UNDER ARTICLE TWO OF THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE: AN AGENDA FOR REVIEW JOHN A. SEBERT, JR.t The Uniform Commercial Code has been with us, in one form or another, for over a quarter century,' and its genesis goes back even further, to about The task of preparing a uniform and. Under the UCC, a separate statute of frauds applies to contracts covering the sale of goods. Contracts for the sale of goods costing $ or more must be evidenced by a record to be enforceable, Under Revised Article 2, the amount has been increased from $ to $5, (2) This article shall be known and may be cited as the "uniform commercial code – general provisions". History: , Act , Eff. Jan. 1, ;⎯Am. , Act 86, Eff. July 1, Applicability of articles. Sec. This article applies to a transaction to the extent that it . UCC Article 1. Art. 2 Sales: UCC Article 2 applies to transactions of goods; it does not apply to any transaction which although in the form of an unconditional contract to sell or present sale is intended to operate only as a security transaction nor does this Article impair or repeal any statute regulating sales to consumers, farmers or other.

What Is UCC Article 2? UCC stands for the Uniform Commercial Code, which governs many different types of contract prideinpill.come 2 is a popularly cited provision in this body of statutes, since it governs contracts for the sale of goods between merchants or between a merchant and a non-merchant. the scope of Article 2 is a question which has arisen particularly in the area of "hybrid" contracts-those contracts which involve both 1. U.C.C. § (All citations to the U.C.C. in this article will be to the official text unless otherwise indicated). 2. Sep 19,  · 2. To Create or Expand a Remedy. Some statutory remedies are expressly made available only in limited situations, but the law allows parties to make those remedies available in other situations. U.C.C. § (a), for example, provides for certain basic remedies after default, but permits the parties to provide for additional remedies. Unlike the remedies provided in Articles 46(2) and (3) of the Convention, however, an order requiring repair or delivery of substitute goods under U.C.C. Article 2 is presumably limited to situations falling within U.C.C. § (1) () – that is, "where the goods are .