Contracts that exist on the international sale of various goods that take place between an individual person and some particular firm is actually directed by the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts which have been formulated for the sale of the International Sale of various Goods (CSIG). All the laws pertaining to the international contract are managed by the CSIG based on the condition that the countries of those particularly concerned parties will have approved the CSIG and in cases when the agreement by the parties have not been given then there will be different laws which will manage the contract. By 2010 there were around 70 countries which had succeeded in accepting the CSIG for example:
• The United States of America
• Some central and then South America
• Last many of the European countries
Apart from the exceptional rules that are already present for the merchants, there are three exceptions that have been defined by the UCC that exist to the writing requirements of the statute of frauds. Goods of less than $500 and lease contracts of more than $1000 are can be enforced in the absence of a written contract.
• Specially manufactured goods: An oral contract is applicable in the situation where the goods are specifically manufactured for the purchaser, are not suitable for selling again or the seller has commenced the manufacturing process or procured material.
• Admission: An oral contract is applicable in the situation where when the party which is being enforced to accept the liability admits in the court. The extent of the liability will be as per the admission.
• Partial performance: An oral contract is applicable in the situation where the payment has taken place and the goods delivered.
Yes this case is enforceable. This can be attributed to the fact that there exists a written contract between the Truck Parts, Inc (TPI) and United Fix-It Company (UFC). The dealing between both the companies takes place appropriately. Initially the order is given by the United Fix-It Company and subsequently Truck Parts, Inc sends a letter and then the delivery of the goods takes place rendering the contract enforceable.