The Uniform Commercial Code governs sales contracts. Other contracts are governed primarily by contract common law. Identify a situation where the UCC differs from contract common law. Why do you think that difference exists?
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The terms for both contract governing tools are much different. This can be attributed to the fact that common law requires a description on the quantity, price, performance time, nature of work and identity of an offer to be part of a valid contract. UCC only specifies that quantity is a must have term in its contracts.to the fact that
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Jun 16th, 2015
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