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PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 1
1-201: General Definitions
1-201(37): Security Interest
1-203: Obligation of Good Faith
1-205: Course of Dealing and Usage of Trade
1-304 (MAY BE REVISED VERSION): Obligation of Good Faith
1-308 (FORMERLY 1-207): Performance or Acceptance Under Reservation of Rights
PART 1. SHORT TITLE, GENERAL CONSTRUCTION AND SUBJECT MATTER
2-102: Scope; Certain Security and Other Transactions Excluded From This Article
2-103: Definitions and Index of Definition
2-104: Definitions of Merchant; Between Merchant
2-105: Definitions of Transferability, Goods, Future Goods, Lot, Commercial Unit
2-106: Definition of Contract, Agreement, Contract for Sale, Sale, Present Sale, Conforming to Contract, Termination, Cancellation
2-107: Goods to Better Severed from Realty: Recording
PART 2. FORM, FORMATION AND READJUSTMENT OF CONTRACT
2-201: Formal Requirements; Statute of Frauds
2-202: Final Written Expression: Parol or Extrinsic Evidence
2-204: Formation in General
2-205: Firm Offers
2-206: Offer and Acceptance in Formation of Contract
2-207: Additional Terms in Acceptance or Confirmation
2-208: REFER TO EDITORS NOTE!
2-209: Modification, Rescission and Waiver
PART 3. GENERAL OBLIGATION; CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT; WARARANTIES; GAP FILLERS
2-301: General Obligations of Parties
2-302: Unconscionable Contract or Clause
2-305: Open Price Term
2-309: Absence of Specific Time Provisions; Notice of Termination
2-310: Open Time for Payment or Running of Credit; Authority to Ship Under Reservation
2-311: Options and Cooperation Respecting Performance
2-312: Warranty of Title and Against Infringement; Buyers Obligation Against Infringement
2-313: Express Warranties by Affirmation, Promise, Description, Sample
2-314: Implied Warranty: Merchantability; Usage of Trade
2-315: Implied Warranty: Fitness for Particular Purpose
2-316: Exclusion or…...

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