Friday, July 22, 2005

UCC AND MD UCC

Remember that when you're doing UCC work, when MD implemented the UCC in the Commercial Law Article of the MD Code, they did so using the same numbering system used in the UCC. As a result, if you know the section in the UCC, you can use that same section number to find the place in the Commercial Law Article, and the other way around. As an example, Section 3-207 entitled "Reaquisition" of the Commercial Law Article is the same section, 3-207 in the UCC itself.

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