Construction against implied repeal.
The Uniform Commercial Code being a general act intended as a unified coverage of its subject matter, no part of it shall be deemed to be impliedly repealed by subsequent legislation if such construction can reasonably be avoided.
Source:Laws 2005, LB 570, § 9.
Source: Former section 1-104.
Changes from former law: Except for changing the form of reference to the Uniform Commercial Code, this section is identical to former section 1-104.
1. This section embodies the policy that an act that bears evidence of carefully considered permanent regulative intention should not lightly be regarded as impliedly repealed by subsequent legislation. The Uniform Commercial Code, carefully integrated and intended as a uniform codification of permanent character covering an entire "field" of law, is to be regarded as particularly
resistant to implied repeal.