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How Does Louisiana's Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) differ from the UCC in Other States?

Louisiana adopted the Uniform Commercial Code in 1990, making it the last of the 50 states to adopt the UCC. However, Louisiana has not adopted all of the UCC. The state chose not to pass Article 2, Sales of Goods, into law. Louisiana’s own civil law continues to govern the sale of goods in that state.