8914Re: [tips_and_tricks] challenging bona fides
- Jul 8, 2005On Jul 7, 2005, at 4:19 PM, JD wrote:
> As of 1 July, UCC 1-207 was still on the Tennessee books.Even California law says it may be known and cited as the UCC, but the
point I was making, besides the fact that 1-207 is now 1-308 (in the
current "model version") was that each state adopted it and modified
it as their own state law, not as an overriding federal law.
I did some searching just this morning:
Uniform Commercial Code (U.C.C.)
A uniform law governing commercial transactions. The U.C.C. has been
adopted by all states except Louisiana.
The California adoption of the UCC first occurred in 1963, with
periodic adoptions and amendments since that time.
Here's a discussion about it:
Now, everyone needs to verify the situation in their own state. I
makes you wonder who has the clout to change something like this, since
there is no change in the substance of it. In whose twisted mind did
this change originate??
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