Commercial Code Essays

  • Uniform Commercial Code

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    probably be introduced into state legislatures which will govern all contracts for the development, sale, licensing, and support of computer software. This law, which has been in development for about ten years, will be an amendment to the Uniform Commercial Code. The amendment is called Article 2B (Law of Licensing) and is loosely based on UCC Article 2 (Law of Sales), which governs sales of goods in all 50 states. A joint committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL)

  • Uniform Commercial Code Summary

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    According to Kubasek, Browne, Dhooge, Herron, and Barkacs (2016), the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) was created in 1952 and all fifty states, as well as the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands, have adopted it either in part or in whole. The UCC becomes the law for any state that adopts all or portions of it, becoming the commercial code for that state. It comes with 11 sections, called articles. The articles cover a wide range of business transactions ranging from sales contracts

  • The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)

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    1. The Uniform Commercial code (UCC) are “a set of laws that are designed to aid business by providing statutes that reflect modern commercial practices and providing remedies for breaches of its provisions” (Davidson, Forsythe, 2013). The District of Columbia (DC), Virgin Islands and all 50 states adopted portions of the UCC. There are 11 articles that reside in the UCC. From state to state there are different revised versions and no state may be similar. These particular laws help govern business

  • Uniform Commercial Code Pros And Cons

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    Together with the common law, the Uniform Commercial Code is one of the primary sources of contract law in the United States. The Uniform Commercial Code is commonly known as the UCC, that have been promulgated in conjunction with a purpose to harmonize the law of sales and other commercial exchanges within the U.S. As a model law, it's really proposal that each state has to choose whether to adopt or not but the code was enormously successful that it has been enacted in all of the 50 states, although

  • Uniform Commercial Code

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    Revisions in the Post-Code Era The history of revisions in the post-code era began with the establishment of the Permanent Editorial Board (PEB) in 1961. This body was originally charged with monitoring and revising the UCC when and where necessary, with later roles extended to include providing commentary on areas of ambiguities unresolved by official comments or the code (Hamoudi 118-119). In 1962, a full revision of the UCC was undertaken, producing an improved version of the code that was enacted

  • The Universal commercial Code

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    The Universal commercial Code ( UCC) has been created to foster the free flow of commercial activity in the United States by making laws that are both reasonable and practical. Article 3 of this code deals with negotiable instruments. These contracts for payment serve as a substitute for actual money and make the flow of commerce move along at a faster rate. There are certain requirements that must be met for an item to be qualified as a negotiable instrument. First the instrument must be in writing

  • Lender Liability and the Duty of Good Faith

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    of counsel. A loan agreement, like every other contract governed by the Uniform Commercial Code (the “U.C.C.”), imposes on both the borrower and the lender “an obligation of good faith in its performance or enforcement.” This simple good faith performance obligation may appear to be an uncontroversial codification of a basic, minimal standard of human behavior. It is proving, however, to be problematic to commercial lenders. Some courts have been quick to hold that, under certain circumstances, a

  • The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)

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    consideration, capacity, and legality. The sources of law that governs contracts today consist of two bodies of law, Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, also known as the UCC, and the common law of contracts. Determining what body of law applies to a contract dispute is an important first step in analyzing that problem. The Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, is a statutory law that was adopted in every

  • Analysis Of The Uniform Commercial Code

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    Uniform Commercial Code or if they are still using the old, outdated, Napoleonic Code. Though Louisiana has stark interpretations of the relevance of the UCC, the state has adopted the code in piecemeal. This article is a partial synopsis of introducing readers to a few of the concepts of UCC as adopted by Louisiana compared to the existing principles of the law of sales. Key Learning Points The Uniform Commercial Code remains under study by the Louisiana Law Institute. The Uniform Commercial Code

  • The Uniform Commercial Code In The UCC)

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    The Uniform Commercial Code (for now on UCC), was first drafted in the early 50’s, and was a reunion of many laws pertaining commercial transactions, usage of trade, rules of performance, aspects of commercial formation and default, and dispute resolutions. It provides uniform law among the various jurisdictions, although each jurisdiction will choose the best way to apply it to each state. In the United States, most of the states adopted the provisions of commercial law that are largely governed

  • Uniform Commercial Code Essay

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    to this case are the Inform Commercial Code and Willard v Taylor 557 (1989). The Uniform Commercial Code is a legislation that governs business transactions while Willard v Taylor is a case that concerns breach of contract. The Uniform Commercial Code will be binding in this case because the elements of contract formation are contained in this case. The contract that was breached by Beneficial Innovations was constructed per the provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code and, therefore, the applicable

  • The Pros And Cons Of Contract Law

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    Uniform Commercial Code. They responded to persuasive arguments such as businesses will benefit if most commercial transactions are governed by the modern and efficient contract law principles that are outlined in the uniform commercial code. Also businesses everywhere will be able to operate more efficiently, and transactions will be more convenient, if the law surrounding most of their transactions is the same in all fifty states. The main focus is in the article 2 of the uniform commercial code

  • Exchange Vs Alderson

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    considered collateral for the financing that ICE provided for Top Quality, which was made clear in the financing statement that ICE filed. Any secured transactions where personal property is used as collateral is governed by Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The UCC was revised in 2001 to better adhere to modern times, and since this case took place from 2007 to 2009, we will be applying the revised edition. There are many sections of Article 9 that should be considered when examining this case.

  • The Statute of Frauds and the Uniform Commercial Code

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    are not performable within one year, (3) Contracts in consideration of marriage, (4) Surtees and guarantees (answering to the debt of another), and (5) Uniform Commercial Code (U.C.C.) provisions regarding the sale of goods or services, legally valued over five hundred dollars ($500.00) (Spagnola, 2008). Hypothetical Polly owns two commercial properties in down town Chicago valued at one (1) million dollars ($1,000,000.00), which she bought for the purpose of renting to entrepreneurs that are striving

  • Grocery, Inc. and Uniform Commercial Codes

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    Inc. Uniform Commercial Codes (UCC), renovation, minor employee, Gap Filing Rule, employee breach of contract, F.O.B., and supplier. Although, Grocery, Inc. is not involved directly with each scenario, consequentially, the learning team will also depict the store’s involvement indirectly. After reviewing and analyzing the seven scenarios for Grocery, Inc., the learning team obtained comprehensive knowledge of business uniform commercial code. Grocery, Inc. Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) The first

  • The law and practise of International Trade

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    Thus, the bank wants to hold in its possession only documents that recognize to be valid and accurate because only in this juncture the bank will have a greater certainty of reimbursement. Works Cited • McKendrick Ewan, Goode on, Commercial Law, 2010, ed.4th (Pengin Books 2010) • Murray Carole & Holloway David & Timson-Hunt Daren, The law and practise of International Trade, 2012, ed.12th (Thomson Reuter UK Ltd 2012) • Tood Paul, Bills of Lading and Bankers Documentary Credits, 2007

  • Lex Mercatoria History

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    affected trade between merchants were lacking in strength during the medieval ages. According to The Spontaneous Evolution of Commercial Law, authored by Bruce Benson, a professor of Economics at Florida State University, Lex Mercatoria is a body of rules that emerged during medieval Europe. The fall of the Roman Empire led to a significant decline in Europe’s commercial activities. However, in the eleventh century expansion occurred in the agricultural sector of Europe. This expansion was caused

  • How the Outlook of Christians and Muslims Transformed Over Time

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    affairs due to their conservative and biased views. Someone non-religious could objectively evaluate the points of views that Muslims and Christians each have regarding merchants and commerce. Although Christians initially did not support the ways of commercial life on account of how merchants were too fixated on wealth and property, they adjusted to it over time. Muslims, on the other hand, went from approving of merchants to viewing them adversely as trade grew and became more corrupt in their eyes.

  • Interpret and Draft DISA Completion Reports

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    holidays) of completion of action on the TSO, forward an in-effect report directly to the originator and all addressees of the TSO. If the service being ineffected has been assigned a TSP, the in-effect report, containing the applicable TSP Authorization Code, must be submitted to: "MGR NCSTSP WASHINGTON DC." This report will be submitted either when the service is provided end-to-end and accepted, meets all details of the TSO, and meets all technical parameters of the specified technical schedule, or to

  • Maine’s Commercial Lobster Industry

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    Maine’s Commercial Lobster Industry Summary Scientists predict a major population crash of Maine lobsters in the near future, due to over-harvesting, increasing demand, and a lack of successful regulatory measures reflecting such factors. The attempt to introduce various policy measures creating more limited access to the resource has been largely ineffective due to the unique ecological, economic, and social characteristics of the state. Further complicating the issue is the matter of thriving