§ 6A-2-107. Goods to be severed from realty Recording.
(1) A contract for the sale of minerals (including oil and gas) or the like or a structure or its materials to be removed from realty is a contract for the sale of goods within this chapter if they are to be severed by the seller, but until severance a purported present sale thereof which is not effective as a transfer of an interest in land is effective only as a contract to sell.
(2) A contract for the sale apart from the land of growing crops or other things attached to realty and capable of severance without material harm thereto but not described in subsection (1) or of timber to be cut is a contract for sale of goods within this chapter whether the subject matter is to be severed by the buyer or by the seller even though it forms part of the realty at the time of contracting, and the parties can by identification effect a present sale before severance.
(P.L. 1960, ch. 147, § 1; P.L. 1979, ch. 172, § 2; P.L. 1985, ch. 150, § 7.)