Washington University Law Quarterly
This Article argues that the enforcement mechanism that was unthinkingly embodied in the UCC severely disadvantages consumers in their effort to obtain the legal remedies that the UCC itself provides.
Edward L. Rubin,
The Code, the Consumer, and the Institutional Structure of the Common Law,
75 Wash. U. L. Q. 11
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