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The trickiest part of studying the UCC is not understanding the Code sections, but applying them correctly. Now there is a way to illuminate the concepts and principles underlying Article 9 - James Brook's SECURED TRANSACTIONS: Examples & Explanations. This thorough paperback meets the student's need for practice in applying the Code. Through a series of carefully crafted examples that build in complexity, Brook prepares students for the challenge of the world outside the classroom. In the proven style of the...

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Overview

The trickiest part of studying the UCC is not understanding the Code sections, but applying them correctly. Now there is a way to illuminate the concepts and principles underlying Article 9 - James Brook's SECURED TRANSACTIONS: Examples & Explanations. This thorough paperback meets the student's need for practice in applying the Code. Through a series of carefully crafted examples that build in complexity, Brook prepares students for the challenge of the world outside the classroom. In the proven style of the entire Examples & Explanations Series, the text first presents important explanations, then poses examples with questions, followed by thoughtful answers. The text is divided into four parts: -The Article 9 Security Interest and its Attachment -Perferction of the Internet -Priorities -Default and Enforcement Structured to complement a secured transactions or commercial law survey course, SECURED TRANSACTIONS: Examples & Explanations is notable for its: -exceptionally clear writting that is expecially effective in areas where the law is ambiguous -flexible organization that can be easily adapted to your teaching method -completely up-to-date material -diagrams and visual aids that guide students through the Code -clear and relevant examples Review this refreshing study guide and you'll want to recommend it to your students. Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Special Note PART ONE: THE ARTICLE 9 SECURITY INTEREST AND ITS ATTACHMENT Chapter 1 The Scope of Article 9 Chapter 2 Leases of Goods and Article 9 Chapter 3 Attachment: The Security Agreement Chapter 4 Attachment: Further Criteria PART TWO: PERFECTION OF THE INTEREST Chapter 5 Introduction to Perfection and Classification of Collateral Chapter 6 Perfection by Filing: When and What to File Chapter 7 Perfection by Filing: Where to File Chapter 8 Perfection by Possession Chapter 9 Automatic Perfection: The Purchase Money Security Interest in Consumer Goods Chapter 10 Automatic Perfection: Other Instances Chapter 11 Perfection on Investment Property Chapter 12 Changes in the Situation: When, Where, and What to Refile Chapter 13 Multistate Transactions PART THREE: PRIORITIES Chapter 14 Introduction to Priority and the Basic Priority Rules Chapter 15 Priority and the PMSI Chapter 16 Fixtures Chapter 17 Sales and Other Transfers of Collateral Chapter 18 Proceeds Chapter 19 Chattel Paper and Account Financing Chapter 20 Priorities in Investment Property PART FOUR: DEFAULT AND ENFORCEMENT Chapter 21 The Event of Default and the Process of Repossession Chapter 22 The Foreclosure Sale Chapter 23 Strict Foreclosure and the Right of Redemption Table of UCC Sections Index

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  • ISBN-13: 9780735500587
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 2/28/1999
  • Series: Examples and Explanations Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 550

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Special Note PART ONE: THE ARTICLE 9 SECURITY INTEREST AND ITS ATTACHMENT Chapter 1 The Scope of Article 9 Chapter 2 Leases of Goods and Article 9 Chapter 3 Attachment: The Security Agreement Chapter 4 Attachment: Further Criteria PART TWO: PERFECTION OF THE INTEREST Chapter 5 Introduction to Perfection and Classification of Collateral Chapter 6 Perfection by Filing: When and What to File Chapter 7 Perfection by Filing: Where to File Chapter 8 Perfection by Possession Chapter 9 Automatic Perfection: The Purchase Money Security Interest in Consumer Goods Chapter 10 Automatic Perfection: Other Instances Chapter 11 Perfection on Investment Property Chapter 12 Changes in the Situation: When, Where, and What to Refile Chapter 13 Multistate Transactions PART THREE: PRIORITIES Chapter 14 Introduction to Priority and the Basic Priority Rules Chapter 15 Priority and the PMSI Chapter 16 Fixtures Chapter 17 Sales and Other Transfers of Collateral Chapter 18 Proceeds Chapter 19 Chattel Paper and Account Financing Chapter 20 Priorities in Investment Property PART FOUR: DEFAULT AND ENFORCEMENT Chapter 21 The Event of Default and the Process of Repossession Chapter 22 The Foreclosure Sale Chapter 23 Strict Foreclosure and the Right of Redemption Table of UCC Sections Index

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