Intro to LawSeptember 24, 2015I Want to Buy Your House1st IssueThe first issue is whether the UCC applies. The UCC applies to transactions of goods. Goods are things that are movable at the time of identification to the contract of sales. This is about a house. Houses are permanently affixed to a foundation. Foundationsare poured cement in the ground around the perimeter of a house. Foundations are not moveable. Houses affixed to the foundation are not movable. Therefore, the UCC does not apply. Common law governs this contract.2st IssueThe next issue is whether Dennis had intent to contract when he handed Nancy a professional-looking contract and told her to sign then the house would be hers. The court’s will look at the defendant’s words and actions and compare this to the objective, reasonable person standard. Would an objective reasonable person watching this circumstance believe Dennis was making a serious offer. We don’t look at the secret
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