Revocation of acceptance under the Uniform Commercial Code: an underused remedy
Buyers often do not remember revocation of acceptance under the Uniform Commercial Code when they find a significant defect in their purchase but this remedy can allow them to regain all or most of their purchase price. When the seller refuses or is unable to repair the defect and the buyer has not substantially changed the product or continued to use it with the defect, then the revocation remedy should be available. To revoke acceptance, the buyer must inform the seller within a reasonable time period. However, neither substantial change nor reasonable time have been legally defined.
Publication Name: Software Law Journal
The use of direct deductions from benefits in Scottish courts
A substantial percentage of sentencers in Scottish courts have deliberately declined to impose direct deductions on defaulters' income support payments. Direct deductions allow for the recovery of unpaid fines. Of 230 sentencers, 84 chose not to impose the deductions, citing financial hardship to defaulters and their families. Other reasons cited include operational difficulties and complex administration.
Publication Name: The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
The European Parliament: towards a uniform procedure for direct elections
Publication Name: Common Market Law Review
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