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Overview

The Problems & Answers format is especially effective for teaching students how to read and interpret the Uniform Commercial Code. In addition to that unique advantage, ths is one of the very few UCC ancillary texts completely up to date on Article 9 revisions. Secured Transactions and Payment Systems: Problems and Answers also benefits from the expanded author team, representing an exceptionally strong collaboration of scholary expertise.

The most effective study guide in this field, with proven features including:

  • a highly effective Problems & Answers format that works exceptionally well for students learning to read and interpret the Uniform Commercial Code
  • a thoroughly proven pedagogical structure that uses brief, interesting problems that build in difficulty across sections, followed by detailed, clearly explained answers
  • flexible content and organization that supports different course configurations and texts on commercial law, payment systems, or secured transactions

The Second Edition contains:

  • extensively revised coverage, making this by far the most complete, current, and accurate study aid
  • problem sets focusing on developments in commercial law and the latest revisions in UCC Articles 1,3,4,5,7,and 9
  • an expanded team of distinguished authors that combines different areas of academic and professional expertise in a truly authoritative collaboration.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735539242
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 2/21/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Table of Contents

Using This Book xv
Part 1 Secured Transactions 1
Secured Transactions: Problems 3
Section 1. Transferring Property Interests: Security of Property, Good-Faith Purchase, and Fraudulent Conveyance 3
Problems 1
Section 2. Scope 7
Problems 13
Section 3. The Concept of Security 9
Problems 18
Section 4. Creating the Security Interest: The Security Agreement 10
Problems 21
Section 5. Definitions 13
Problems 32
Section 6. Defining Proceeds 15
Problems 37
Section 7. Commingling and Accessions 17
Problems 42
Section 8. Tracing 17
Problem 45
Section 9. More on Classifying Collateral 18
Problems 46
Section 10. The Financing Statement 22
Problems 63
Section 11. Introduction to Fixtures 25
Problems 70
Section 12. More on the Place to File 27
Problems 77
Section 13. Perfection Without Filing (Pledges and the Like) 28
Problems 79
Section 14. Multistate Transactions 31
Problems 93
Section 15. Perfecting the Security Interest in Proceeds 35
Problems 102
Section 16. Introduction to Priorities 36
Problems 106
Section 17. Future Advances 41
Problems 124
Section 18. Purchaser Priorities 43
Problems 127
Section 19. Chattel Paper and Accounts 46
Problems 137
Section 20. More on Purchasers, This Time of Paper 48
Problems 142
Section 21. Bailments 51
Problems 147
Section 22. Fixture Priority Rules 53
Problems 157
Section 23. Further Scope Questions 56
Problems 167
Section 24. The Seller's Right to Reclaim 59
Problems 174
Section 25. Article 9 and the Powers of the Trustee in Bankruptcy 61
Problems 188
Section 26. Preferences 63
Problems 194
Section 27. The Trustee as Lien Creditor 66
Problems 200
Section 28. Part 5: Default 66
Problems 202
Secured Transactions: Answers 69
Section 1. Transferring Property Interests: Security of Property, Good-Faith Purchase, and Fraudulent Conveyance 69
Answers 1
Section 2. Scope 74
Answers 13
Section 3. The Concept of Security 76
Answers 18
Section 4. Creating the Security Interest: The Security Agreement 77
Answers 21
Section 5. Definitions 81
Answers 32
Section 6. Defining Proceeds 82
Answers 37
Section 7. Commingling and Accessions 84
Answers 42
Section 8. Tracing 85
Answer 45
Section 9. More on Classifying Collateral 85
Answers 46
Section 10. The Financing Statement 89
Answers 63
Section 11. Introduction to Fixtures 95
Answers 70
Section 12. More on the Place to File 98
Answers 77
Section 13. Perfection Without Filing (Pledges and the Like) 98
Answers 79
Section 14. Multistate Transactions 101
Answers 93
Section 15. Perfecting the Security Interest in Proceeds 104
Answers 102
Section 16. Introduction to Priorities 106
Answers 106
Section 17. Future Advances 110
Answers 124
Section 18. Purchaser Priorities 112
Answers 127
Section 19. Chattel Paper and Accounts 116
Answers 137
Section 20. More on Purchasers, This Time of Paper 119
Answers 142
Section 21. Bailments 121
Answers 147
Section 22. Fixture Priority Rules 124
Answers 157
Section 23. Further Scope Questions 127
Answers 167
Section 24. The Seller's Right to Reclaim 129
Answers 174
Section 25. Article 9 and the Powers of the Trustee in Bankruptcy 132
Answers 188
Section 26. Preferences 134
Answers 194
Section 27. The Trustee as Lien Creditor 137
Answers 200
Section 28. Part 5: Default 137
Answers 202
Part 2 Payment Systems 141
Payment Systems: Problems 143
1. Negotiable Instruments 143
Section 29. The Effect of a Signature on a Negotiable Instrument: The "Contract" Liability Concept 144
Problems 208
Section 30. The Concepts of Transfer and Negotiation 145
Problems 210
Section 31. Conditions of Contract Liability 146
Problem 216
Section 32. Negotiable Instruments and the Underlying Transaction 147
Problems 217
Section 33. Holders in Due Course and Their Rights 148
Problems 219
Section 34. The Bank-Customer Relationship 151
Problems 231
Section 35. Warranties 153
Problems 242
Section 36. Conversion 155
Problems 247
Section 37. Preclusion 157
Problems 252
Section 38. Final Payment 160
Problems 259
2. Documents of Title 162
Section 39. The Documentary Draft Transaction 162
Problems 261
Section 40. The Bill of Lading 163
Problems 266
Section 41. The Warehouse Receipt 164
Problems 270
Section 42. More on the Documentary Draft Transaction 165
Problems 273
Section 43. Negotiation and Transfer of Documents of Title 166
Problems 279
3. Letters of Credit 168
Section 44. Letter of Credit Transactions 168
Problems 283
Section 45. Duties of the Credit Issuer 171
Problems 290
Section 46. The Exception for Fraud 173
Problems 295
Section 47. Transferring Interests in Letters of Credit 174
Problems 300
Section 48. Issuer Insolvency 176
Problem 306
4. Wire Transfers 177
Section 49. Wire Transfers 177
Problems 307
Payment Systems: Answers 181
1. Negotiable Instruments 181
Section 29. The Effect of a Signature on a Negotiable Instrument: The "Contract" Liability Concept 181
Answers 208
Section 30. The Concepts of Transfer and Negotiation 182
Answers 210
Section 31. Conditions of Contract Liability 184
Answer 216
Section 32. Negotiable Instruments and the Underlying Transaction 185
Answers 217
Section 33. Holders in Due Course and Their Rights 186
Answers 219
Section 34. The Bank-Customer Relationship 190
Answers 231
Section 35. Warranties 193
Answers 242
Section 36. Conversion 195
Answers 247
Section 37. Preclusion 197
Answers 252
Section 38. Final Payment 200
Answers 259
2. Documents of Title 201
Section 39. The Documentary Draft Transaction 201
Answers 261
Section 40. The Bill of Lading 202
Answers 266
Section 41. The Warehouse Receipt 203
Answers 270
Section 42. More on the Documentary Draft Transaction 204
Answers 273
Section 43. Negotiation and Transfer of Documents of Title 206
Answers 279
3. Letters of Credit 208
Section 44. Letter of Credit Transactions 208
Answers 283
Section 45. Duties of the Credit Issuer 210
Answers 290
Section 46. The Exception for Fraud 212
Answers 295
Section 47. Transferring Interests in Letters of Credit 214
Answers 300
Section 48. Issuer Insolvency 216
Answer 306
4. Wire Transfers 217
Section 49. Wire Transfers 217
Answers 307
Table of Statutory Sections 219
Index 225
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