This comprehensive casebook is intended for a broad survey course on commercial law. This edition includes transactions under the Convention of International Sales of Goods. This book is built around carefully selected and edited cases, author notes, and selected problems. Though including landmark cases, the authors emphasize cases decided since 1990. These newer cases offer both a more sophisticated discussion of problems than usually found in earlier cases, as well as more current analyses of Code ambiguities and conflicting approaches to certain Code sections. Each chapter begins with advice on reading the relevant sections of the UCC and Convention of International Sales of Goods, making the statutes more understandable for students. Major topics covered include Underlying Code Principles, Sales, Commercial Paper and Electronic Transfers, Banking and Bank-Customer Relations, Documents of Title, and Secured Transactions.On April 19, 1976, defendant Clarence Miller ordered a 1976 Dodge Royal Monaco station wagon from plaintiff ... that he would stop payment on the two checks that were tendered as the purchase price, and that the vehicle could be picked upanbsp;...
|Title||:||Commercial Transactions Under the Uniform Commercial Code and Other Laws|
|Author||:||Donald King, Calvin Kuenzel, Bradford Stone, W.H. Jr. Knight|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2011-08-19|