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Continuing This Relationship Just Wouldn't Be Practicable

August 11, 2021 (1 min read)

Learn about the doctrine of commercial impracticability under the UCC, including circumstances in which a seller’s delayed, partial, or nonperformance of a sale of goods agreement is excused, when parties can override the doctrine, and the obligations and rights of sellers and buyers.


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