Article Date: 02/27/2015


Court Addresses Hybrid Sales and Construction Contract


A contract to furnish and install equipment was a “hybrid” contract involving both the sale of goods and the performance of construction services. The service component was predominant, with the sale of goods incidental to the service. Consequently, the contract was governed by the common law of contracts, not the Uniform Commercial Code.

 

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