National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

National Conference - NCCUSL 1 National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws Joe White American InterContinental NCCUSL 2 Before the

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NCCUSL 2 Before the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA), the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution was the first and most significant attempts of the U.S. government to promote uniformity in commercial laws from state to state. The Commerce Clause is , and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes. The Commerce Clause can also be called different names that reflect the different application of the same sentence in the Constitution. For example the Foreign Commerce Clause, the Interstate Commerce Clause, and the Indian Commerce Clause that reflect the different application. This clause allows the Congress to regulate the telephone, highways, radio, waterways, agriculture, employment and housing discrimination. Article 2 of Uniform Computer Information (UCI) applies to transactions in goods, including all contracts involving sales of goods. Goods are all things that are tangible and
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