Grocery Inc - Grocery Inc Uniform Commercial Code(UCC Does...

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Grocery, Inc. Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Does Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) apply to the contracts between Grocery, Inc. and its vendors? Do common law contracts apply? Explain your answer in detail. Your answer should compare and contrast law contracts and UCC Article 2 contracts. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 2 applies only to contracts for the sale of goods. The definition of goods is defined as goods that are tangible, movable, or personal property. However, UCC Article 2 does not apply to real estate contracts or employment contracts. Common law contracts are for the sale of services or intangible items. UCC would only apply contracts that are established on actual sales and the way the sales are conducted. Contracts Grocery, Inc. would have with the vendors are normal contracts with only the shipping and payment terms using the UCC Article 2. Common law contracts are made between two individual parties. If Tom is willing to allow Jeff to work with him for the summer, then there are no contracts being affected. There would be no common law contract either due to Jeff is not of majority age. He is still considered a minor resulting in he cannot sign contracts and be held liable for such contracts. Grocery, Inc. Renovation Who Wins? Explain your answer.
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An injunction is a court order prohibiting the other party from performing a certain act. The petitioning party must show where if the injunction is not ordered, there will be irreparable damage or injury. A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to comply with a written legal contract. Specific performance is only considered when the act being performed is unique or rare. Grocery, Inc. must prove to where irreparable damage has occurred. This can be proven using the facts of the poor work provided by Company B in result of Company A sub-contracting Company B. Company A is in breach of contract due to they did not perform the renovation themselves. If Grocery, Inc. had set blueprints of the renovations drawn up
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2012 for the course LAW 421 taught by Professor Koenig during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.

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