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K is a promise or series of promises THE BREACH of which the law provides a REMEDY. To allocate risk, where was the risk allocated?


CHOICE OF LAW: predominant factor test to see. The choices...
o CL - services, this allow substantial performance which is the main dichotomy from material breach, the focus here is to determine what the purpose of the K was, and if that purpose has failed or not
? Will a party be deprived of the benefit of the bargain?
? IS it possible to compensate the victim?
? The law abhors forfeiture
? The likelihood of cure
? Good faith and fair dealing o UCC - for the sale of goods. "to simplify, clarify, and modernize" Underlying the code are some of these principles
? Good faith - 1-304, 1-201, 1-220
? Prior dealings/course of performance - 1-303
? Custom in the trade - 1-303
? Merchants usually have a higher standard, 2-104
? Not supposed to be substantial performance in the sale of goods - L. Hand "there is no room for substantial performance in the sale of goods."
? Liberally construed remedies 1-305
? CL supplements where UCC silent 1-103


UCC REPUDIATION o Rejection Time
? ("I didn't accept", but if I did...)GR 2-601 PT. Accept, Reject, Reject in part any non-conforming goodsLimitations

* 2-504, shipping problems

* 508, seller can cure

* 602, buyer must reject within a reasonable time

* 605, buyer must justify rejectionAcceptance under 2-606If so, buyer must pay 2-607

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