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(2) If the goods are partially lost through no fault of the seller or if they are so damaged that they no longer conform to the contract or arrive after the expiry of the contractual period, the buyer may proceed as if the identified goods had been damaged (§ 2613). (1) If the rental agreement prescribes or authorizes the shipment of the goods by carrier: § 2706. Resale by the seller, including the resale contract. (2) The goods must be delivered free of security or other liens or encumbrances of which the buyer is not aware at the time of the conclusion of the contract. (2) A creditor with a security right in the whole has been made effective against third parties prior to the conclusion of the lease to the extent that it makes subsequent advances without knowledge thereof. (a) As a general rule.–The benefit of a supplier`s commitments to the lessor under the supply contract and all warranties, express or implied, including those of third parties, granted in connection with or under the supply contract extend to the lessee up to the amount of the lessee`s rent under a finance lease in connection with the supply contract. however, subject to the terms of the warranty and the supply contract and any defenses or claims arising therefrom. (1) the devices are factory or office machines that are easily dismantled, appliances that are easy to remove that are not used or leased primarily for the operation of the immovable property or easily removable replacement appliances for household appliances that are the subject of a leasing contract with the consumer, and before the property becomes movable, the lease is enforceable; (ii) This term does not include a buyer`s particular interest in ownership of tangible property in the identification of such goods in a contract of sale under article 2401 (with respect to transfer of title, retention of security; limited application of the article), but a buyer may also acquire a “security right” by complying with article 9 (with respect to secured transactions). (d) Other rights and remedies shall not be affected by this Section.

(c) Definition of “overseas”: An expedition by sea or air, or a treaty contemplating such an expedition, is “overseas” if it is subject, by trade or agreement, to the commercial, financial or maritime practices characteristic of international deep-sea trade. (c) Termination of Termination: Termination of a Contract by either party, unless an agreed event occurs, requires reasonable notice to the other party, and an agreement waiving notice is void if its performance would be unscrupulous. (2) impose on the lessee an obligation or liability arising from the supply contract. (a) Unscrupulous lease: If the court finds by operation of law that a lease or clause of a lease was unscrupulous at the time of its conclusion, the court may refuse to perform the lease or to perform the remainder of the lease without the unscrupulous clause or restrict the application of an unscrupulous clause so as to avoid an unscrupulous result. (c) Rejection or Breach by Buyer.–If Buyer withdraws or otherwise violates the conformity of the Goods already identified with the Contract of Sale before the risk of their loss passes to Buyer, Seller may, to the extent of a default in its effective insurance coverage, treat the risk of loss as if it were on Buyer for a commercially reasonable period of time. (c) the priority of interest at or after accession.–The interest of a lessor or lessee arising from a financial lease entered into at or after the acquisition of the assets is greater in its entirety than any share acquired subsequently, except as specified in paragraph (d), but is subordinated to interest in the whole existing at the time of the conclusion of the lease; unless the holders of all such shares have done so in writing. accepted the lease agreement or rejected an interest in the property as part of the package. (a) Law and Nature of Coverage.–In the event of a lessor`s default under the lease of the type described in Section 2A508(a) (with respect to lessee`s remedies) or, if agreed, after any other breach by the lessor, the lessee may insure by purchase or lease of goods or a contract for the purchase or lease of goods in lieu of those owed by the lessor. Article 9402 Secured Party Not Bound by Contract or Tort of the Debtor. (2) If the contract is for the sale of future goods not described in clause (3), if the goods are shipped, labelled or otherwise designated by the vendor as goods to which the contract relates.

Remedies for misrepresentation or material fraud include all remedies available under this Section for non-fraudulent infringement. Neither the withdrawal nor the request for cancellation of the purchase contract, nor the rejection or return of the goods preclude a claim for damages or other legal remedy. (a) General rule: Except as otherwise provided in this section, a contract for the sale of goods the price of which is equal to or greater than $500 is enforceable by cause of action or defence only if there is sufficient documentation to indicate that a contract of sale is concluded between the parties and is entered into by the party against whom performance is sought: or signed by their authorized agent or broker. A written form is not sufficient because it omits or distorts an agreed provision, but the contract is not enforceable under this paragraph beyond the quantity of goods specified in that written form. (b) Creditor of the lessor.–Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) and Articles 2A306 and 2A308 (on special rights of creditors), the creditor of a lessor is subject to the lease unless it has a lien attached to the goods before the lease becomes enforceable. (c) Effect on Contractual Rights.–Revocation restores the dissenting party`s rights under the Contract with reasonable excuses and compensation from the aggrieved party for any delay caused by the refusal. 1. damage resulting from general or special requirements and needs of which the seller had reason to know at the time of conclusion of the contract and which could not reasonably be avoided by cover or otherwise; and (2) amend the Agreement by agreeing to take its available quota as a replacement. (e) Revocation of Waiver.–A party that has made a waiver affecting a portion of the Agreement that has not yet been executed may withdraw the waiver by giving reasonable notice to the other party that strict performance of any waiver is required, unless the revocation is unfair based on the waiver in light of a material change in position. (a) General rule: A lease agreement obliges each party to ensure that the other party`s expectations of good performance are not affected. (2) if the identification of the contract or delivery is not carried out in the ordinary course of trade, but to satisfy or secure an already existing claim for money, security or similar money and takes place in circumstances which, according to a rule of law of the State in which the goods are situated, with the exception of this division, would constitute the transaction as a fraudulent transfer or a questionable preference. (b) Effect of Service Letter.–The delivery of an appropriate letter of credit to Seller suspends Buyer`s payment obligation.

If the letter of credit is not complied with, the seller may, after informing the buyer in good time, demand payment directly from the buyer. If one of the parties terminates the contract in respect of performance which is not yet due and the loss of which significantly affects the value of the contract for the other, the aggrieved party may: (b) Proof of the parties: If it is alleged or appears to the court that the contract or any of its terms may be unscrupulous, The Parties shall have a reasonable opportunity to: Provide evidence of their business environment. Purpose and effect to assist the court in its decision.

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