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Title is one concept that the UCC has substituted for the common law concept of risk of loss. True False
Weegy: There is currently no information about this on the internet. User: Title is one concept that the UCC has substituted for the common law concept of risk of loss. True False Weegy: There is currently no information about this on the internet. User: Citrus Groves contracts with four food companies to sell its entire crop of oranges. When half of the crop is lost to an unexpected insect infestation, Citrus must apportion its surviving crop fairly among its customers. breach some of its contracts. buy elsewhere as many oranges as needed to satisfy its contracts. substitute other fruit for the oranges. Weegy: ... Question 4 Citrus Groves contracts with four food companies to sell its entire crop of oranges. When half of the crop is lost to an unexpected insect infestation, . (More)
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As the beneficiary of a business trust, Kevin's liability for trust debts and obligations is limited to his capital investment in the trust. limited to his personal assets. nothing. unlimited.
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As the beneficiary of a business trust, Kevin’s liability for trust debts and obligations is nothing.
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As the beneficiary of a business trust, Kevin's liability for trust debts and obligations is - limited to his capital investment in the trust. limited to his personal assets. nothing. unlimited.
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As the beneficiary of a business trust, Kevin’s liability for trust debts and obligations is nothing.
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