commercial law

Definition of "commercial law"
  1. A set of rules governing the conduct, rights, and relationships of individuals and businesses engaged in commerce, trade, and sales, primarily embodied in the Uniform Commercial Code adopted by nearly all U.S. states
How to use "commercial law" in a sentence
  1. A business must understand commercial law before engaging in trade to ensure legality.
  2. The enforcement of a sales contract is an aspect of commercial law.
  3. Understanding commercial law is crucial for anyone starting a retail store.

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