Uniform Commercial Code § 2-207(3)

Uniform Commercial Code § 2-207(3)

Definition

Provision of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governing situations in which the parties' correspondence fails to form a contract, but the parties perform as though there were a contract. In that situation, the parties are deemed to be in a contract, and the contract's terms consist of the terms on which both parties' writings agree, supplemented as needed by the UCC's gap-filler provisions.

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