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U.C.C. applicability clause

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In situations in which the applicability of the Uniform Commercial Code may be in doubt (e.g., when services may be more significant than the goods, or when the transaction is not a sale, but something else such as a license), the parties may include a U.C.C. applicability clause indicating their intention to have the U.C.C. apply.

Sample clause Edit

Except to the extent that the provisions of this Agreement are inconsistent therewith, this Agreement shall be governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. To the extent that there are any services to be rendered in performance of the terms of this Agreement, such services shall be deemed "goods" within the definition of such Code, except where deeming such services as "goods" would be clearly unreasonable.

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