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Acceptance is achieved by; (a) Express acceptance by the buyer after a reasonable opportunity to inspect; (b) Failure to make a rejection after a reasonable opportunity to inspect passes; or (c) The buyer doing any act that is inconsistent with the seller's ownership. The burden is on the buyer to establish any breach with respect to the goods accepted. See UCC 2-607 (4). An offer under the UCC-2 may be accepted in any manner and by any medium reasonable under the circumstances. See UCC 2-206(a). As stated in UCC 2-206(1), 'Unless otherwise unambiguously indicated by the language or circumstances.' This means that the offeror is still the master of his offer under the UCC-2. 

A shipment of nonconforming goods under the UCC-2 is an acceptance of an offer. However, if the seller seasonably notifies the buyer that the nonconforming shipment is offered only as an accommodation it does not constitute an acceptance. If an offeree accepts a contract under the UCC-2 by beginning performance, he must notify the offeror of this acceptance within a reasonable time. If he is not notified within a reasonable time, he may treat the offer as having lapsed before acceptance. See UCC ...

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