New York Commercial Law (Goldbook)
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Complete text of NY Uniform commercial Code (with NY Annotations and Official Comments) and NY General Obligations Law in handy 1-volume pamphlet format. Includes section histories identifying the enacting/amendatory legislation relating to each section. Also includes timely analytical articles and an alphabetical listing of County Clerks by county. Integrated topical Index.
The Goldbook is part of the LexisNexis New York Colorbooks series.
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Table of contents
New York Revises UCC, But Creates Traps
Will New York Bring Its UCC Articles 3 and 4 Into Line With the Rest of the Country?
Primer on Bringing Equitable Claims for Disputes Arising From Commercial Transactions
Counterfeit Check Scams Perpetrated on Attorneys (UCC Article 4)
Top Ten Potential Pitfalls of the GOL for Commercial Lawyers
Overview of U.C.C. Article 2A
UCC or Common Law: Which Applies to My Contract? The Brave New World of Internet Contracting
The Battle of the Forms Demystifying the Greatest Mess in American Commercial Law
RULES, RULES, RULES . . . CONTRACT LAW IS AWASH IN RULES (THAT TOO MANY ATTORNEYS DON’T KNOW)
Contracting by Emoji: How Speed and Informality Are Changing the Concept of Mutual Assent
Uniform Commercial Code
General Obligations Law
Locations for Local Filings