Uniform Commercial Code

The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC or the Code), first published in 1952, is one of a number of uniform acts that have been promulgated in conjunction with efforts to harmonize the law of sales and other commercial transactions in all 50 states within the United States of America.
Posts about Uniform Commercial Code
    • 2015.23: Hacking the DWI Checkpoint

      If law is the operating system for society, then good lawyers are hackers. In the criminal justice system, there are white-hat hackers and black-hat hackers; which are which depends on your point of view. If you favor safety over freedom, prosecutors wear white hats and people like me wear black. If you prefer freedom to safety, it’s the other way around.

      Mark Bennett/ Defending People- 7 readers -
  • The President’s Duty of Good Faith Performance

    … discretion not to enforce federal drug laws against marijuana possession and distribution in states that had made marijuana legal under state law. Then I attended the Federalist Society’s faculty conference and heard a speaker who I greatly respect say that the entire issue turns on the degree to which Congress has granted the President discretion…

    Randy Barnett/ The Volokh Conspiracy- 3 readers -
  • Can M&M Candy be Dangerous to Your Health?

    …? The belief is that the manufacturer or seller of a product is best suited to determine whether a product will perform as it was meant to perform. So, by holding the seller or manufacturer liable for a product that is not fit for its ordinary purpose, motivates him to ensure the product's safety. If you have questions about defective or dangerous products, or any other personal injury matters, contact The Martin Law Firm online or by calling toll free at (866) 514-1957. …

    A Blog on Legal Matters that Matter- 4 readers -
  • Do we need a ‘radical simplification’ of law?

    … intellectual property and Internet law at Georgetown Law Center and Temple University Law School until his recent retirement. He is the author of "In Search of Jeffersons Moose: Notes on the State of Cyberspace" (Oxford, 2009), a Fellow at the Center for Democracy and Technology, and an Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute. …

    David Post/ The Volokh Conspiracy- 5 readers -
  • Facebook IP nonsense

    … with others, and they have not deleted it. Plus, the laws cited in the Notice – “articles L.111, 112 and 113 of the code of intellectual property” and the Uniform Commercial Code 1-1-308 and 1-103, and the “Rome Statute” – are either incomprehensible (the code of intellectual property?) or inapposite. A colleague of mine compared this Notice…

    David Post/ The Volokh Conspiracy- 9 readers -
  • Your Facebook Copyright Notice is More Annoying than Farmville

    … by the prospect of violating either of these statutes. Or not. This Facebook user (and legions of other Facebook users who (ironically) have copied her ominous copyright warning) apparently have missed the plainly worded terms governing the use of Facebook’s online services. While it’s not clear how the Uniform Commercial Code or the Rome Statute possibly could…

    Scott Plamondon/ The IP Law Blog- 4 readers -
  • Marijuana Contracts: Get Them in Writing

    … upon. When we pointed out to the parties how the UCC would treat their contract, the answers to their fight presented themselves and litigation was avoided. Bottom Line: If you want a clear contract that sets out the terms of your relationship, get it in writing. …

    Robert Mcvay/ Canna Law Blog™- 1 readers -
  • What is the UCC?

    … What is the UCC? A Business FAQ with Joshua A. Diveley. The UCC is a set of uniform laws that have been developed as kind of a recommendation for the states to apply and adopt for their states. It stands for Uniform Commercial Code and it covers different commercial matters like sales of goods, secure transactions and negotiable instruments…

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  • Foreign and Unexpected Items in Food: Pt 1

    …. As she sat and looked at the menu, she ordered clam chowder and a crabmeat salad. She was told that while the restaurant was out of clam chowder, she could have fish chowder as a substitute. Ms. Webster agreed and was presented with chowder containing haddock, potatoes, milk, water and seasoning. As she ate her bowl of soup she became aware…

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