Sales and Leases of Goods, Volume 1
Commercial Law: Definition, Scope, Parties, Types of Transactions, Sources; The UCC: History, Nature, Policies, Content, Code Methodology; Sale of Goods: Scope, Policies, Contract Formation, Offer, Acceptance, Statute of Frauds; Performance: General Obligations, Seller's Obligations, Buyer's Obligations, Risk of Loss, Excusable NonPerformance, Modification; Remedies: Breach of Contract, Seller's Remedies, Buyer's Remedies, Agreed Remedies, Statute of Limitations; Third Party Claims: Ownership, Security Interests; Creditors and Purchasers' Leasing of Goods: Scope, Policies, True Lease, Definitions, Choice of Law and Forum, Private Autonomy, Unconscionability, Statute of Frauds, Warranties, Transfer and Alienability, Priority Disputes, Fixture Claims, Sale and Leaseback, Finance Leases, Default by Lessor, Default by Lessee.
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acceptance agreed agreement apply Article 2A Article 9 bad faith bailee bargain BIOCB BLACK LETTER breach of warranty buyer cancel the contract carrier choice of law circumstances CISG claim clause commercial law commercially reasonable common law consequential damages consumer contract for sale contract price contract to sell costs course of dealing courts creditors damages under Section default defective definition delivered disclaimed dispute documents of title effect enacted enforceable Example excluded express warranty failed finance lease governed implied warranty incidental damages installment involved lessee lessor liability limited manufacturer market price modification negotiations obligation offer otherwise parol evidence rule payment point of shipment possession profit protection provides purchase question recover rejected replevin repudiation requirements resale resell revocation revoke risk of loss rule scope security interest seller ship sold statute of frauds stoves Suppose tender of delivery transaction transfer unconscionable Uniform Commercial Code unless unmerchantable writing