NAPM InfoEdge
March 1997, Vol. 2 No. 7

Understanding Terms and Conditions Members Only Content

Contract law and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) provide purchasers with many rights and remedies. With the expansion of warranties and the development of the UCC, the law has moved from caveat emptor (purchaser beware) to caveat venditor (seller beware). However, there are rights the purchaser often needs that are not automatically granted, and so they must be written into the contract.

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