In the fifth edition of his popular casebook, Problems and Materials on the Sale and Lease of Goods, Douglas J. Whaley brings his considerable experience as a teacher and scholar to bear on the exact statutory language of Articles 2, 2A, 5, and 7 in the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and related federal statutes. Designed as a guide to broaden students' knowledge of the sale and lease of goods while stressing practical problem solving, this casebook engages students while it broadens their understanding. Longtime users will recognize these hallmarks of Whaley's popular, accessible style: Clear and lucid writing style – Whaley is known for his concise, practical approach Popular problems approach – interesting, practical problems sharpen students' skills Sensible and flexible organization – modular approach following the order of the UCC allows for greater teaching flexibility Manageable length – concise, efficient, and effective format Thorough and up-to-date coverage, including the important cases that illustrate the reactions of the courts to the issues Accessiblity – Whaley helps students understand the black letter law – the statutory language of the Uniform Commercial Code. He concentrates on the original versions of Articles 2 and 2A, while explaining the changes that would be made by the 2003 revisions were they to be adopted New to the Fifth Edition: Important new cases, including Fitl v. Strek (how quickly notice must be given in breach of warranty actions), Reed v. City of Chicago (whether a non-purchaser has sufficient privity to sue for a warranty breach), and Waddell v. L.V.R.V. Inc. (revocation of acceptance) Updated and new problems Updated Teacher's Manual Problems and Materials on the Sale and Lease of Goods, Fifth Edition, offers students clear, concise scrutiny of the UCC and related statutes as they apply to the sale and lease of goods today.