Merchant Exception

Merchant Exception

Definition

An exception to the statute of frauds’ writing requirement for contracts for the sale of goods valued over $500, which provides that an oral agreement between merchants will be enforceable if a confirmatory writing sufficiently sets forth the terms of the oral agreement, and the recipient is aware of what the confirmatory writing contains but does not object to the writing's terms within 10 days.

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