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UCC Statute of Frauds

UCC Statute of Frauds

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Under the statute of frauds in the Uniform Commercial Code, UCC § 2-201(3)(b), contracts for the sale of goods with a purchase price of over $500 must be in writing. Oral contracts for the sale of goods over $500 may only be enforceable if an exception to the statute of frauds is present.

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