UCC v. Common Law **MUST USE APA format scholarly sources**

  UCC v. Common Law 

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**Cite in APA in paper**

Filbert’s Meat Shop, LLC shipped to Sonic Taco, a company based in  Yuma, Arizona, an order of chorizo and machaca beef. That same day,  Filbert’s mailed an invoice for the order for $11,000, based on the  understanding that an oral contract existed between the parties, whereby  Sonic Taco had agreed to pay for the meat. Sonic Taco was engaged in  the real estate business at this time and had earlier been approached by  Filbert’s Meat to discuss that company’s real estate investment  potential. Sonic Taco denied ever guaranteeing payment for the meat and  raised the Uniform Commercial Codes Statute of Frauds, Section 2-201, as  an affirmative defense. Filbert’s Meat Shop contended that because  Sonic Taco was in the business of buying and selling real estate, they  possessed knowledge or skill peculiar to the practices involved in the  transaction here. After hearing the evidence, the court concluded as a  matter of law that Sonic Taco did agree to pay for the meat and was  liable to Filbert’s Meat Shop in the amount of $11,000. Sonic Taco  appealed.

In your discussion post, address the following questions:

  • Is this a case governed by the UCC?
  • If it was under common law, is the result different than the UCC?
  • How should the appeals court rule?

Your initial response should be a minimum of 300 words.

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