Sales and Leases of Goods in a Nutshell
Scope and Applicability of Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 on Sales and Article 2A on Leases; Principal Concepts Defined; Formation of the Contract; the Statute of Frauds and Parol Evidence; Modification of Contract; Terms of the Contract, Including Regulation of Terms by Unconscionability; Documents of Title and Letters of Credit as Used in Transactions; Performance of the Contract; Title and Rights of Third Parties; Risk of Loss; Warranties; Remedies for Breach and Default.
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Formation of the Contract
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