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Sale of Goods: Reading and Applying the Code

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2004
Author(s): Chomsky, Kunz
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This Sale of Goods: Reading and Applying the Code law school textbook uses precisely crafted problems, allowing students to actively parse the language of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) themselves, rather than relying more passively on cases or explanatory text. Cases and other material are included when necessary to furnish rules or interpretations not derivable by students' own reading and analysis. The book also incorporates relevant material from Articles 1 and 7, and from related statutes such as Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), the federal Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-Sign), and an assignment on the economic loss doctrine.

Table of Contents includes:
Scope of Article 2 (“Sale” of “Goods”) §§ 2 102; 2 103(1)(a), (d); 2 105(1), (2); 2 106(1); 2 107(1), (2); 2 304; 2 501(1);
Scope and Mixed Transactions §§ 1 103, 2 102;
Interpretive Guidelines for Construing the Code §§ 1 102; 1 103; 1 109; 1 201(3), (11), (42); 1 203; 1 205; 2 208; 2-209(1), (4); 2-302; 2 305; 2 306; 2 307; 2 308; 2 309; 2 725(1);
Contract Formation by Offer and Acceptance or by Conduct §§ 1-204, 2 204, 2 205, 2 206, 2 207(1), first sentence of 2 207(3);
Determining the Content When Offer and Acceptance Differ: Battle of Forms § 2 207(2), (3);
Contract Enforceability (Statute of Frauds) § 2 201;
The Definition of Merchant § 2 104(1), (3);
Introduction to Warranties; Creation of Implied Warranties §§ 2 312, 2-314, 2-315;
Creation of Express Warranties § 2 313;
Warranty Disclaimers and Conflicts §§ 2 312, 2 316, 2-317;
Extending Warranties to Third-Party Beneficiaries § 2-318;
Parol Evidence Rule: Suppression of Evidence of Express Warranties § 2 202;
Identification, Tender of Delivery, Risk of Loss, and Passage of Title §§ 2 319, 2 320, 2 401, 2-501, 2 503, 2 504, 2 509;
Documentary Transactions §§ 2 310, 2 503, 2 504, 2 505, 2 512, 2 513, 7 102, 7 104, 7 501, 7 502;
Power to Transfer Title § 2 403;
Excuse §§ 2 613 through 2 616;
Buyer’s Rights and Duties after Tender, Part I: Inspection, Rejection, and Cure §§ 2 508, 2 601 through 2 605, 2 612;
Buyer’s Rights and Duties after Tender, Part II: Acceptance and Revocation of Acceptance of Goods, Risk of Loss in Presence of Breach §§ 2 510, 2 606 through 2 608, 2 717;
Insecurity, Repudiation, and Retraction §§ 2 609 through 2 611;
Buyer’s Remedies for Seller’s Breach §§ 2 502, 2 711 through 2 717, 2 723;
Seller’s Remedies for Buyer’s Breach §§ 2 702 through 2 710, 2-718;
Modification or Limitation of Remedies §§ 2-302, 2 719;
Statute of Limitations § 2 725;
Overlapping Tort and Contract Claims and Development of the Economic Loss Doctrine.

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Author Chomsky, Kunz
ISBN 9780314149756
Edition 2nd ed., 2004
Publisher West