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Uniform Commercial Code Article 2b

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Anne Rice (Allen OBrien) was born October 4 1941 in New Orleans, chose the name Anne as a child. She married Stan Rice in 1961. Her... Uniform Commercial Code 2B The Commercial Code Article 2B: A New Law of Software Quality”. 6. Leibowitz , Wendy R. “In New UCC Software Contracts, Is the Customer... A CANTICLE FOR LEIBOWITZ                                                           By:Walter M. Miller Jr.         ...
The goal of harmonizing state law is important because of the prevalence of commercial transactions that extend beyond one state. For example, goods may be manufactured in State A, warehoused in State B, sold from State C and delivered in State D. The UCC therefore achieved the goal of substantial uniformity in commercial laws and, at the same time, allowed the states the flexibility to meet local circumstances by modifying the UCC's text as enacted in each state. The UCC deals primarily with transactions involving personal property (movable property), not real property (immovable property). The UCC is the longest and most ...
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41. The U.S. Congress enacts a new federal statute that sets different standards for the liability of businesses selling defective products. This statute applies only to matters not covered by state law. only to those states that adopt the statute. to all of the states. to none of the states   42. Household Furnishings, Inc., distributes its merchandise on an interstate basis. Under the commerce clause, Congress has the power to regulate any commercial activity in the United States that substantially affects interstate commerce. only activities that are in intrastate commerce. only activities that are in local commerce. ... market research, surveys and trends
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Proposed Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code is an effort to set forth rules for the sale and lease of software, databases, and information. In the digital age, this Article will be of particular importance. Ray Nimmer, the Reporter of UCC Article 2B, has stated that this undertaking "could be one of the most important law reform projects [of] this generation." It has been estimated that if Article 2B is passed in all 50 states or even most of them, it will be the controlling law for transactions constituting 30% or more of the US economy. Clearly, the law to control information in the Information Society is of ... market research, surveys and trends


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After more revisions, Article 2B will probably be presented to the States in late 1997. When it is adopted by the States, as most revisions to the UCC are, it will be the dominant source of American law that governs software quality. I am concerned that some of this law will lead to lower quality, less customer protection, and tougher tasks for software quality advocates. There were about thirty-five lawyers in the room. Twelve or thirteen were Commissioners, who are usually appointed to NCCUSL by their States' governors. Some Commissioners are law professors; others are distinguished lawyers, legislators, or ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
A company that sold (licenses for) a million copies of a $100 program could .... the Interest on Loan 4725 is Heretofore Reduced to 3% (three percent) per ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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Schedule for Completion of Uniform Commercial Code Article 2B: Licensing ( visited Sept. 19, 1998). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code - V980032
The staff of the Bureaus of Consumer Protection and Competition and of the Policy Planning office of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) welcomes this opportunity to present its views on proposed Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code. (1) We are commenting on the August 1, 1998, draft of the proposed Article 2B. We support the efforts of NCCUSL and ALI to draft uniform rules for the enforceability of contracts related to sales of software and on-line access. We comment here to convey our concerns regarding Article 2B's possible impact on consumer welfare, in particular with regard to consumer protection and competition, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
[Article 2B is]. 12 working to adapt the UCC to cyberspace. … The administration supports the prompt. 13 consideration of these proposals, and the adoption ...
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The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is one of the uniform acts that has been promulgated in attempts to harmonize the law of sales and other commercial transactions in all 50 states within the United States of America. The UCC was the first of the Uniform Acts to be proposed, and is the longest and most elaborate of such acts. It is a joint project of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) and the American Law Institute (ALI). The Code, as the product of private organizations, is not itself the law, but only has the force of law if enacted by states. The ALI-NCCUSL has also established a permanent ...
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Anytime someone deposits a forged check (truly forged, no fault of the account holder), the account holder whose account is being drawn from (ie. you) is never at fault. Your bank will then hold the bank who presented the check to them as liable, and that bank will then try to hold the forgerer liable if they can find them. However, if an agent of an account (someone authorized to write checks on another's account) writes a check, or if through some negligence of the account holder (like signing a blank check- the thief of the check becomes the holder of the bearer paper, and can properly cash it), then the account holder ...