Specially-Manufactured-Goods Exception

Specially-Manufactured-Goods Exception

Definition

Codified in § 2-201(3) of the Uniform Commercial Code, an exception to the statute of frauds for goods that a seller makes to suit the buyer’s special needs and that could not be marketed to other buyers in the seller’s ordinary course of business.

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