UCC Attorney – Sale of Goods Litigation

UCC Commercial Litigation Lawyers

UCC: Sale of Goods and Secured Transactions Litigation

Commercial Litigation Attorneys Representing Buyers and Sellers in Sale of Goods Litigation

The Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, was first published over 60 years ago. Its goal was to provide for the unification of the laws that govern sales and commercial transactions. It has since undergone numerous revisions and has been put into law in every single state. A knowledgeable and experienced UCC attorney is necessary to successfully navigate sale of goods litigation. To learn more about the Uniform Commercial Code and its adaptation in the State of Florida, follow this link.

It is virtually impossible for a single person to understand every single area of the UCC and how it is implemented in each state, considering different interpretations confirmed by countless court decisions across the U.S. With over 45 years of collective corporate law and commercial litigation experience, however, our team is highly qualified to represent your interests in connection to UCC litigation. Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC provides insightful and personalized legal representation to individual and corporate clients across the Miami area, with a strong focus on Article 2, Article 3 and Article 9 of the UCC, which addresses the sale and lease of goods and secured transactions.

If you are dealing with a sale of goods dispute or require legal insight related to the sale of goods under the UCC, call our firm at (305) 768-9909 for a free confidential consultation.

Making UCC Article 2 and 3: Sale and Lease of Goods Work for You

Article 2 and 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code codifies commercial law and business practices between merchants pertaining to the sale and lease of goods. In many commercial transactions, the UCC fills in the gaps and provides controlling contract terms that business owners may have failed to address. Parties have the option to opt out of the UCC and to create their own terms, but if they do not, the UCC rules will apply.

UCC sale of goods rules may apply to transactions involving virtually any product or good, including:

  • Motor vehicles and their parts;
  • Building supplies;
  • Business equipment;
  • Heavy machinery;
  • Tools and safety equipment;
  • Consumer products;
  • Clothing, apparel and accessories;
  • Computers and electronic devices;
  • Children’s toys; and
  • Home appliances.

Although the UCC attempts to take a practical approach to commercial transactions, it can leave some issues open to interpretation. Language like “industry standards” or “reasonable” can be interpreted in various ways, and it is important to have an attorney who can protect your interests in these matters. The UCC can work in your favor, but you need to make sure your interests are properly represented and your rights are protected. That is our goal at Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC.

Contact a UCC lawyer at our firm at (305) 768-9909 for the experienced counsel you deserve.

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