commercial unit

Definition of "commercial unit"
  1. A component or collection of components that is seen in business transactions as an indivisible entirety, and whose worth would decrease if separated, as specified in section 2-105 of the Uniform Commercial Code
How to use "commercial unit" in a sentence
  1. The tenants rented the commercial unit together because splitting it into smaller spaces was not desirable.
  2. The collector's mint coin set was sold as a commercial unit, as breaking it apart would lower its overall worth.
  3. When dealing with antiquities, often an artifact and its related documents are treated as a single commercial unit.

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