Uniform Law Commission

An interstate organisation also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, established in 1892. It forms committees of jurists, legal scholars and lawyers to draft “Uniform Laws” to act as a basis for individual US states to adopt on various areas of law including business laws, family law, legal procedures, etc. Its best known product is the Uniform Commercial Code or UCC, adopted, with some variations in every US State and the District of Columbia (but it is not Federal Law.)It has drafted over 130 uniform acts but cal all have been universally adopted beyond the UCC.

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