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    Why Not All Purchasers Are Buyers

    Modern English is partially the product of an unnatural grafting of French onto Old English.  It is for this reason that we often find two words for nearly the same thing.  Thus, we call the animal a cow  but the food beef.  The barnyard term is Old...

    2-103, Uncategorized, 1-201, buyer, purchaser, UCC, Uniform Commercial Code

    When "The Check Is In The Mail" Extinguishes A Debtor's Obligation

    Most creditors likely assume that they have not been paid unless and until they receive checks from their debtors.  In many cases that assumption may be correct, but in some cases it won't be.  Section 1476 of the California Civil Code provides:

    money order, performance, California Sui Generis, Civil Code Section 1476, landlord, Section 3310, Sleep EZ v. Mateo, tenant, UCC, Uniform Commercial Code