Idaho Statutes Title 28. Commercial Transactions

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  • Chapter 1. Uniform Commercial Code--General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Uniform Commercial Code--Sales
  • Chapter 3. Uniform Commercial Code--Negotiable Instruments
  • Chapter 4. Uniform Commercial Code--Bank Deposits and Collections
  • Chapter 5. Uniform Commercial Code--Letters of Credit
  • Chapter 7. Documents of Title
  • Chapter 8. Uniform Commercial Code--Investment Securities
  • Chapter 9. Secured Transactions
  • Chapter 10. Uniform Commercial Code--Effective Date and Repealer
  • Chapter 11. Uniform Commercial Code--Artists and Art Dealers
  • Chapter 12. Uniform Commercial Code--Leases
  • Chapter 21. Indorsement of Nonnegotiable Instruments
  • Chapter 22. Money of Account and Interest
  • Chapter 23. Repurchase of Farm Machinery and Equipment Upon Termination of Contract
  • Chapter 24. Agreements Between Suppliers and Dealers of Farm Equipment
  • Chapter 36. Idaho Lease-Purchase Agreement Act
  • Chapter 41. Idaho Credit Code General Provisions and Definitions
  • Chapter 42. Idaho Credit Code Finance Charges and Related Provisions
  • Chapter 43. Idaho Credit Code Regulation of Agreements and Practices
  • Chapter 44. Idaho Credit Code Insurance
  • Chapter 45. Idaho Credit Code Remedies and Penalties
  • Chapter 46. Idaho Credit Code Administration
  • Chapter 49. Relationship to Other Laws, Effective Date, and Override of Federal Preemption
  • Chapter 50. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
  • Chapter 51. Identity Theft
  • Chapter 52. Credit Report Protection Act

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