'The systems approach we employ in this book looks at more than just law. Law is one of many elements that together constitute the secured credit system. To teach the law without teaching the system in which it is embedded would deprive the law of much of its meaning and make it more difficult to understand.' - Lynn LoPucki and Elizabeth Warren Fully incorporating the new Article 9 of the UCC, this substantially revised edition of the groundbreaking text continues to simplify the conceptually complex policies of the secured credit system with an innovative systems approach. By exploring secured transactions and investment securities in a series of assignments and problems, students are empowered to focus on secured transactions as one aspect of a larger system - thus facilitating learning and comprehension of the material. What makes this casebook stand out from the rest?
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Law & Business|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
SUMMARY OF CONTENTSPART ONE THE CREDITOR-DEBTOR RELATIONSHIP Chapter 1: Creditor's Remedies Under State Law Chapter 2: Creditor's Remedies in Bankruptcy Chapter 3: Creation of Security Interests Chapter 4: Default: The Gateway to Remedies Chapter 5: The Prototypical Secured Transaction PART TWO THE CREDITOR-THIRD PARTY RELATIONSHIP Chapter 6: Perfection Chapter 7: Maintaining Perfection Chapter 8: Priority Chapter 9: Competitions for Collateral Table of Cases Table of Statutes Index