UCC § 2-312

UCC § 2-312

Definition

A provision of the Uniform Commercial Code that provides that there is a warranty of good title in every contract for sale, which may be excluded or modified only by specific language that gives the buyer reason to know that the seller is selling only such right or title as the seller possesses.

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