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I am a frequent buyer of goods on the internet.  I like the convenience of being able to make purchases from my computer without having to leave my house.  Because of the internet, I am not limited to vendors in my hometown of Houston—I can purchase from stores located in Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York.  The Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) was drafted to provide a single set of rules to make interstate sales transactions run smoothly and be more profitable.  The UCC has been adopted in every state except Louisiana.  Article 2 of the UCC covers the sale of goods and not services, and provides for certain warranties that are included as part of every sale.  As a vendor of goods, it is important to understand what these UCC warranties entail, as well as how to effectively disclaim these warranties.

 

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