About This Chapter
Below is a sample breakdown of the Sales & the Law chapter into a 5-day school week. Based on the pace of your course, you may need to adapt the lesson plan to fit your needs.
|Day||Topics||Key Terms and Concepts Covered|
|Monday||Article 2 of the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) and UCC contract law||Buyer, merchant, goods, seller, sale, offer and acceptance|
|Tuesday||Buyer acceptance or rejection under the UCC||Acceptance, rejection and perfect tender rule|
|Wednesday||Seller's right to cure and revocation of acceptance under the UCC||Non-conforming goods and revoke|
|Thursday||Understanding UCC contracts and the statute of frauds under the UCC||Goods, mirror image rule, battle of the forms, merchants, security interest, contract modifications and statute of frauds|
|Friday||Warranties, buyer's remedies and seller's remedies under the UCC||Express warranties, implied warranties, damages, cover, specific performance, withholding rights and seller's damages|
1. Article 2 of the UCC: Definition & Terms
Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) applies specifically to contracts for the sale of goods. This lesson explains Article 2 of the UCC and defines some common terms found in Article 2.
2. UCC Contract Law: Requirements
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods, including the necessary requirements to form a contract. This lesson explains offer and acceptance under the UCC.
3. Buyer Acceptance Under the Uniform Commercial Code
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods, including what constitutes a buyer's acceptance. This lesson explains acceptance by the buyer as defined by the UCC.
4. Buyer Rejection Under the Uniform Commercial Code
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods, including the buyer's obligations. This lesson explains how and when a buyer may reject goods.
5. Seller's Right to Cure Under the Uniform Commercial Code
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods. This includes the seller's right to cure, or correct, a delivery. This lesson explains when and why a seller has the right to cure nonconforming goods.
6. Revocation of Acceptance Under the Uniform Commercial Code
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods. This includes revocation of acceptance. This lesson explains when and how a buyer can revoke acceptance of goods.
7. Meanings of UCC Contracts
The Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, allows a sales contract to exist even when the parties' contract terms differ. This lesson explains how additional or different terms are treated in UCC contracts, including the difference between merchant and non-merchant contracts.
8. Statute of Frauds Under the UCC: Definition, Exceptions & Examples
A statute of frauds is a state law that applies to certain oral contracts. The Uniform Commercial Code includes a model statute of frauds, requiring written contracts in only a few situations. This lesson explains the UCC's statute of frauds.
9. Warranties Under the Uniform Commercial Code
The Uniform Commercial Code's Article 2 covers contracts for the sale of goods. Article 2 contains warranties included as part of the sale of goods. This lesson explains the difference between express warranties and implied warranties.
10. Buyer's Remedies Under the Uniform Commercial Code
When a seller breaches a sales contract, the buyer will be entitled to certain remedies as outlined in the Uniform Commercial Code. This lesson explains a buyer's remedies under the UCC, including specific performance.
11. Seller's Remedies Under the Uniform Commercial Code
When a buyer breaches a sales contract, the seller will be entitled to certain remedies as outlined in the Uniform Commercial Code. This lesson explains a seller's remedies under the UCC, including a seller's withholding and reclaiming rights.
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