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Coming Soon To Your State (But Not Ready For Prime Time): Ucita, James S. Heller Nov 2000

Coming Soon To Your State (But Not Ready For Prime Time): Ucita, James S. Heller

Library Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Setting Arbitrators’ Fees: An International Survey, John Y. Gotanda Aug 2000

Setting Arbitrators’ Fees: An International Survey, John Y. Gotanda

John Y Gotanda

No abstract provided.


Gap-Filling And Freedom Of Contract, Shumei Lu May 2000

Gap-Filling And Freedom Of Contract, Shumei Lu

LLM Theses and Essays

When a client asks his lawyer what his duties are under a particular contract, normally the lawyer’s first response is “show me the contract.” Does the contract provide all the contract duties in its expressed form? Definitely not. By now everyone acknowledges that, to some extent, all contracts have some gaps. Even the most carefully drafted document rests on volumes of assumptions that cannot be explicitly expressed.1 The inevitability of gaps reflects both our “relative ignorance of fact” and “our relative indeterminacy of aim.” Generally speaking, there are three types of gaps: first, the parties to a contract ...


A Leap Forward: Why States Should Ratify The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, David A.P. Neboyskey May 2000

A Leap Forward: Why States Should Ratify The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, David A.P. Neboyskey

Federal Communications Law Journal

The Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA) has been presented to the states for their ratification. Patterned after the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), UCITA began as an addition to the UCC, but differences between the statutes required UCITA to emerge as a separate entity. The National Conference of Commissioners of Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) drafted UCITA and approved the Act in Summer 1999. The Act now awaits approval by state legislatures. This Comment analyzes UCITA and argues that the states should ratify the Act. The Comment favorably compares the UCC and UCITA. The UCC follows the principle of "freedom of ...


Nccusl Articles 3, 4, And 4a Drafting Committee Highlights Current Payment System And Negotiable Instrument Issues, Alvin Harrell Jan 2000

Nccusl Articles 3, 4, And 4a Drafting Committee Highlights Current Payment System And Negotiable Instrument Issues, Alvin Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

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Revocation Of Acceptance Under U.C.C. Section 2-608 As A Remedy In A Consumer Sales Transaction Involving Conflicting Oral Quality Representations And Standardized Quality Warranty Disclaimer Language, Alvin Harrell, Peter Dillon Jan 2000

Revocation Of Acceptance Under U.C.C. Section 2-608 As A Remedy In A Consumer Sales Transaction Involving Conflicting Oral Quality Representations And Standardized Quality Warranty Disclaimer Language, Alvin Harrell, Peter Dillon

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


Ucc Article 4 And Regulation Cc: Can They Ever Be Reconciled?, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Ucc Article 4 And Regulation Cc: Can They Ever Be Reconciled?, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Symposium On Revised Ucc Article 9, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Introduction To Symposium On Revised Ucc Article 9, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


Ucc Article 4a, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Ucc Article 4a, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.