Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Disputes
Experienced UCC Dispute Lawyers
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) was designed to harmonize laws involving sales and other commercial transactions throughout the United States; it provides a uniform set of rules intended to govern certain business transactions. The UCC has been adopted in some form or fashion in all fifty states, including Texas, which codified provisions in the Business & Commerce Code. These laws can apply to sales or leases of goods, the interpretation of negotiable instruments, bank deposits, letters of credit, bills of lading, secured transactions, and more.
For example, a business transaction may be initiated when one party issues purchase order, in which the responding party sends an invoice—each with competing or different terms and conditions. The UCC is intended to provide a basis to determine how, when, and which terms govern the transaction and the outcome of any resulting litigation.
The attorneys at Deans & Lyons, LLP are routinely called upon to handle disputes over the formation and interpretation of contracts, the perfection of security interests, breaches of warranties, limitations on damages, available remedies, and many other issues that require a determination of whether—and if so, how—the UCC applies.
Ready to retain proven, highly respected counsel for your UCC dispute? Call Deans & Lyons, LLP for a free consultation: (844) 297-8898.