Washington University Law Quarterly
After briefly reviewing the history of consumer protection in the UCC and its revisions, this Article analyzes the approaches of proposed revisions to Articles 2 and 9 with a focus on the assent necessary for apparent agreement to become binding on consumers in sales and secured transactions.
Michael M. Greenfield,
The Role of Assent in Article 2 and Article 9,
75 Wash. U. L. Q. 289
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