l. Losses reasonably associated with or related to actual damages.
2. A seller’s commercially reasonable expenses incurred in stopping delivery or in transporting and caring for goods after a buyer’s breach. UCC § 2-710.
3. A buyer’s expenses reasonably incurred in caring for goods after a seller’s breach. UCC § 2-715(1). 
1. The term used in the Uniform Commercial Code for consequential damages. They include charges incurred in connection with stopping delivery or returning goods when there has been a breach of contract. 
Excerpt from James J. White & Robert S. Summers’ Uniform Commercial Code (4th ed. 1995).:
“What are incidental damages? The Code does not define incidental damages; rather 2415(1) lists many expenses that are included as incidental damages. However, Comment 1 to 2-715 stresses that those listed ‘are not intended to be exhaustive’ but are merely illustrative of the typical kinds of incidental expenses that can be recovered under 2-715:
(1) those associated with rightful rejection (for instance, inspection and storage);
(2) those associated with a proper revocation of acceptance; and
(3) those involved in effecting cover.” 
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: 1 James J. White & Robert S. Summers, Uniform Commercial Code 5 10-3, at 561-62 (4th ed. 1995).
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