An e-mail is sent to Party B, in order to form a contract. Party A is the sender of the email. Party A’s identification is located at the top of the e-mail and is sufficient to show authentication.
Will use of the individual’s initials or name at the end of the message satisfy the signature requirement, under Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code (the UCC)? I need a Scientific article with an introduction + definition of commercial law + UCC and Rules and provide a case study Similar to that case and Support the answer .
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