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Predominant Purpose Test (or Predominant Factor Test)

Definition

A test for determining whether a mixed contract for goods and services is subject to Article 2 the Uniform Commercial Code, which looks at whether the predominant factor, thrust, and purpose of the contract, reasonably stated, is the rendition of a service, with goods only incidentally involved, or is a transaction of sale, with labor incidentally involved.

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