This year’s Survey marks fifty years since the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) first became a part of Texas statutory law. One year after its initial effective date, the UCC was reenacted as part of the Business & Commerce Code (Code). Since then, a considerable body of law has developed to interpret and apply the Code. While many of the recent cases involve application of established principles, others address new issues or refine the interpretation of past analyses. Cases decided during this Survey period fall into all of these categories.
John Krahmer, Commercial Transactions, 3 SMU Ann. Tex. Surv. 101 (2017)