The Law of Sales: A Detailed Explanation of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code
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The simple purchase of personal property can involve several states. To avoid the resulting legal quagmire that could arise when trying to resolve a multi-state conflict of laws situation, Article 2 (sales) of the Uniform Commercial Code was created to provide a uniform law to transactions involving multi-state personal property sales. This book examines each section of Article 2 (sales) as it applies to the purchase of personal property. Problems (with solutions) and examples are set out to clarify the more difficult provisions of Article 2. This book is intended to provide an understandable guide to this expanding area of law for lawyers, CPAs, merchants, and other persons involved in any aspect of personal property sales.
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