2-207 - both parties agree, or (c) terms supplied or...

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BATTLE OF THE FORMS Common Law Any additional or different terms in the K were seen as a counter-offer and essentially void the entire K – Mirror image rule. If the parties went ahead and performed, then the terms of those terms are part of the K – Last shot rule. Minneapolis UCC § 2-207 Are the Parties Both Merchants? Yes No Yes No Revised UCC § 2-207 If conduct recognizes existence of K, although records do not indicate that there is a K, K is established by offer and acceptance, or K is formed in any manner confirmed by record that contains additional terms to or different from those in K being confirmed, terms of K are: (a) terms that appear in records of both, (b) terms whether in record or not to which
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Unformatted text preview: both parties agree, or (c) terms supplied or incorporated under any provision. Under 2-207 (2) There is a valid K but the additional terms are not part of the K Pro CD Does the conduct of the parties indicate that they recognized a was a K? Under 2-207 (3), all the terms that the party agreed on are part of the K. Additional terms are knocked out and replaced w/ UCC gap fillers Under 2-207 (3), additional terms become part of the contract unless: (i) The offer limits acceptance to terms; (ii) The terms materially alter the K; or (iii) Notification of rejection is given w/in reasonable time after notice is received...
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