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28 November, 23:26

Office Plus, an office supply store, ordered 600 blank CDs from Curtis Co., a manufacturer of computer products. Office Plus placed the order using a preprinted purchase order from; Curtis acknowledged the order by sending a preprinted acceptance form back to Office Plus. Unlike Office Plus' form which says nothing about packaging Curtis's form specifies that the CDs will be packaged in cases of 10 CDs per box, 10 boxes per case. Which statement is correct?

A. The UCC does not cover computer CDs.

B. Curtis's packaging term is a different term which materially changes the offer. There is no contract.

C. Curtis's packaging term is an additional term and therefore a part of the contract unless Office Plus promptly objects to the term.

D. The UCC does not cover the contract because both parties are merchants.

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  1. 29 November, 00:50
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    This statement is correct : Curtis's packaging term is an additional term and therefore a part of the contract unless Office Plus promptly objects to the term

    Explanation:

    The packaging terms of Curtis form an additional term to the contract and must be followed by Office Supply.

    A contract is legally binding agreement between two or more parties.

    Additional Terms or "AT" means, in addition to the generally applicable licensing conditions laid down in the Agreement, any phrase, requirement or limitation specified in the legal terms agreement to refer to a particular product.
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