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The Uniform Commercial Code is presently under study by the Louisiana Law Institute. This article is a partial synopsis of a more detailed report that the author prepared for the Institute. It has the limited purpose of introducing the Louisiana Bar to a few of the concepts and innovations of the UCC in comparison with the existing principles of the Louisiana law of sales. However, the reader is requested to excuse, in an avowedly "sketchy" treatment, an occasional lapse into hypertechnical discussion. One of the inevitable difficulties in comparing sets of legal principles is to decide with any degree of certainty what either or both might mean standing alone.
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