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Unformatted text preview: but if he decides to sell either his collection, or work selling stamp collections, because of the knowledge he has acquired throughout the time he has been collecting stamps, he becomes a merchant. 3. The Implied Warranties found in the UCC Article 2 are the warranty for Merchantability and Usage of Trade (Section 2-314), and warranty for Fitness for Particular Purpose (Section 2-315). 1 Ursula Gastelum 4. If someone eats and aorta from a chicken is not a breach of contract unless it is specified before hand that the aorta will not be in the chicken, or unless the buyer is expecting a different product such as beef or fish instead of chicken. 2...
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- Spring '04
- Contract Law, Implied warranty, ucc article