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This unique book comprehensively reintroduces creditors' remedies and debtors' rights under state and federal, nonbankruptcy law.
The coverage: includes commercial and consumer debt transactions; spans the full range of both new and traditional means of judicial and private enforcement; explores modern arrangements for structuring debt and security; focuses consistently on the core issues of defining who is liable for the debt and who has what rights in what property; and probes how debtor-creditor law applies and adapts, by public or private law, to modern transactional forms and circumstances and also to contemporary attitudes about the proper balance of debtors' and creditors' interests.
The text will support almost anything the professor wants to teach. The book is designed and arranged so that its many discrete topics and materials stand alone and allow a professor to easily select and arrange its content to exactly fit courses of varying purpose, emphasis, and length.