The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) (Links to an external site.) is a statutory sources of contract…
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) (Links to an external site.) is a statutory sources of contract law in the United States applicable to transactions involving the sale of goods, The UCC was created in 1952 and adopted by all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands; it may be modified by each state to reflect the wishes of the state legislature. The adherence to the UCC should always be considered when preparing a contract.
You are required to create a contract (keep it simple-one page). You will select the subject of the contract.
Be sure to consider: What is the subject (be sure to clearly explain and/or describe the subject of the contract). When is it being delivered, shipped, received? Did you include dates for the timeline to satisfy the contract? Was assent, consideration, capacity, and legality satisfied?