b) The Federal Reserve`s rules and circulars, the clearing house rules and similar rules affect the agreements covered in point (a), whether or not they are expressly promised by all parties interested in the objects dealt with. (a) The effect of this article may be amended by mutual agreement, but the parties to the agreement cannot remove the responsibility of a bank for its lack of faith or lack of diligence, or limit the limitation of damages to absence or failure. However, the parties may agree on the bank`s liability measurement standards if these standards are not manifestly inappropriate. This new characterization of property rights into a simple contract law may allow the account provider to “reuse” the guarantee without having to obtain the investor`s permission. This is particularly possible in the context of temporary transactions such as securities lending, repurchase, redemption or redemption. This system distinguishes between the downward-facing chain of holding, which traces how the security was underwritten by the investor, and the horizontal and ascending chains that trace how the warranty was transferred or substantiated. [23] c) The existence of the term “unless otherwise agreed” or words of similar meaning in certain provisions of the single code of commerce or words of similar meaning does not mean that the effect of other provisions cannot be changed by agreement in accordance with this section. (b) The duty of good faith, diligence, proportionality and diligence prescribed in the single code of commerce must not be designed by agreement. The parties may, by mutual agreement, define the standards by which the performance of these obligations must be measured if those standards are not manifestly inappropriate. Whenever [the Single Code of Commerce] imposes a measure within a reasonable time, a time limit that is not manifestly inappropriate can be set by an agreement. (a) Unless otherwise provided in subsection b) or elsewhere in the single code of commerce, the effect of the provisions of the Common Code of Commerce may be changed by mutual agreement.

The general philosophy of the Single Code of Trade is to allow people to enter into the treaties they want, but to fulfill all the missing provisions when the agreements they make are unspoken. The law also seeks to impose consistency and streamlining of routine transactions, such as processing checks, banknotes and other routine business documents. The law often distinguishes between merchants who usually trade with a commodity and are supposed to know the trade in which they are located and consumers who are not. Although they have largely succeeded in achieving this ambitious goal, some U.S. jurisdictions (for example). B Louisiana and Puerto Rico) did not include all UCC articles, while other U.S. jurisdictions (for example). B American Samoa) have not adopted articles in the UCC. Similarly, the UCC hypothesis often varies from one U.S. jurisdiction to another. Sometimes this variation is due to an alternative language found in the official UCC itself. At other times, the adoption of revisions to the official UCC contributes to other differences.

In addition, some jurisdictions depart from the official UCC by adapting the language to their individual needs and preferences. Finally, even the identical language adopted by two United States