If you are engaged in the sale of products, it’s important to understand the provisions of the UCC. Its purpose is to facilitate sales and commercial transactions through the adoption of uniform rules across all fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam.
States that enact the UCC have the option of altering the language to meet local customs and circumstances. While these changes are usually minor, be aware of the local rules and laws.
The focus of this discussion is Article 2, which has not been enacted by Louisiana. It has chosen to use its civil law to govern the sale of goods.