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    Law of Contracts vs. the Universal Commercial Code

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    Given what you are learning about the law of contracts v. the UCC, why do you think all 50 states have adopted the Model UCC in some form or another? What are the benefits and detriments to the UCC replacing the traditional law of contracts?

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    The UCC is a code of laws governing commercial transactions such as sale of goods, banking transactions and other matters designed to bring uniforminty in these areas to the states which have adopted the code. This uniformity aspect is the reason for all 50 ...

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    This solution provides the learner with an understanding of the differences between the law of contracts and the Universal Commercial Code. Further this solution provides the learner with an understanding of the benefits and detriments to the UCC replacing the law of contracts.

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