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Oklahoma UCC now excludes “information” from the definition of “goods”

I just read that in 2005, Oklahoma amended its version of the Uniform Commercial Code:

  • to provide that the term “goods” does not include information, and
  • to exclude “license[s] of information” from the definition of “contract for sale.”

I’ve updated the choice-of-law cheat sheet with this information; I’ll have to think about what it might mean for software license agreements where Oklahoma law applies.

[Hat tip: UNLV law professor Keith Rowley at the ContractsProf Blog.]

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