Uniform Commercial Code Disputes
All states have a body of law referred to as the Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) that regulates the sale of goods. Apart and aside from their private sales contract, companies must be aware that their sales activity is also governed by the UCC. For example, a buyer may try to demand a return and refund based on revocation of an acceptance of the goods under the UCC. Or a buyer may claim it never accepted the purchased products in the first place despite receiving them – sometimes months after the fact. Other times a buyer may claim that a portion of the seller’s sales terms of sales are trumped by sections of the UCC.