Definition of Uniform Commercial Code in English:

Uniform Commercial Code

Syllabification: U·ni·form Com·mer·ci·al Code
(abbreviation: UCC)

noun

The body of laws governing commercial transactions in the US.
More example sentences
  • The National filing forms contained in Section 9521 of the Uniform Commercial Code will be accepted for filing.
  • Over the past 50 years, various updates and revisions have been approved, so the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in all of the states is not exactly uniform.
  • Auctions are so different from retail that they are governed by different Federal laws, state laws, Uniform Commercial Codes, and city ordinances.

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