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Ionics, Inc. v. Elmwood Sensors

110 F.3d 184 (1997)

tl;dr: A buyer’s offer form and a seller’s acceptance form included directly contradictory terms. The court held that only the mutually agreed upon terms were part of the contract, with the terms in dispute reverting to default terms provided by the UCC.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Ionics, Inc. (plaintiff) sued Elmwood Sensors, Inc. (defendant) to recover...

Holding:Neither party disputes that a valid contract was formed and...

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