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Since UCC 1-308 is designed to protect these rights, even if parties do not have a complete understanding of the language in contracts, they are still protected. The language used in this code goes a long way to preventing individuals and businesses from unwittingly being obligated to do something that infringes on their rights.

It is important to keep in mind that the purpose of UCC 1-308 is to cover the rights of all parties within a contract. The intention is to prevent either side from asking the other party to do something that is not expressly written into the contract.

The rules under this specific Uniform Commercial Code help to prevent any one of the parties involved from being unhappy with the transaction. While the UCC 1-308 cannot prevent a breach of contract overall, it is designed to protect against unexpected expectations.