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A look at the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Table of Contents tells us that this subject is very broad. No lawyer, business person or college professor knows all of the Uniform Commercial Code. In fact, Court opinions interpreting the UCC could fill rooms.
This chapter will not attempt to discuss the entire UCC or even the entire Sale of Goods article. Rather, this chapter will include a brief discussion of the UCC, generally speaking. We will then highlight parts of UCC Article 2 on the Sale of Goods that are likely to impact a supplier or purchaser of construction materials. Another chapter of this book will discuss UCC Article 9 on Secured Transactions. These chapters will give you an idea of some of the issues covered by the UCC but should not be relied on to solve any particular problem.
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a "code" or a "collection of statutes." This is the type of law that may be adopted by all U.S. legislatures, including the U.S. Congress, the Virginia General Assembly, other state legislatures, and even a county board of supervisors. Codes are intended by the legislature to create new law in the targeted subject areas.