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11 January, 09:57

Dillan contracts with Al's Tree Service for the purchase and installation of six maple trees along the edge of his property line. The trees cost $4,000 under the contract and installation labor is $2,000.

This contract will be governed by:

a) the UCC because it is a mixed contract predominately for the sale of goods.

b) the common law because its primary purpose is installation.

c) the UCC because it involves only goods.

d) the common law because it involves a contract for personal services.

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  1. 11 January, 11:30
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    Option A. The UCC because it is a mixed contract predominately for the sale of goods.

    Explanation:

    The Universal Commercial Code deals with all the transactions that are connected with the transaction of goods that have physical existence. If the transaction also includes the share of services which forms part of contract and are minor in amount then it is also governed by the UCC otherwise it is out of the scope of the Universal Commercial Code.

    In the given question, transactions are predominantly for purchase of goods which also includes the installation service is within the scope of UCC.

    Furthermore, if the mixed contract was predominantly for services then it is out of the scope of UCC. So the right answer is option A.
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