9781566627962

Secured Transactions in Personal Property

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  • Edition: 5th
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  • Copyright: 2000-09-01
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Table of Contents

Preface iii
Acknowledgments v
Table of Cases
xxi
Attachment and-Perfection of Security Interests
1(127)
Why Secured Credit?
1(11)
Introduction to Article 9
12(5)
Historical Note
12(2)
1952'Article 9
14(1)
Article 9 Revision
14(1)
Concepts of Attachment and Perfection
15(2)
The Security Agreement
17(25)
The Writing
22(8)
Description of the Collateral
30(12)
Rights in Collateral
42(5)
The Filing System
47(42)
Description of Collateral
53(3)
Name of Debtor
56(21)
Place and Mechanics of Filing
77(6)
When a Filing Occurs
83(6)
Perfection by Possession
89(4)
Perfection of Security Interests in Consumer Goods
93(2)
Multiple State Transactions
95(33)
Ordinary Goods
96(11)
Goods Covered by Certificates of Title
107(13)
Intangibles
120(8)
Priority
128(125)
The First-to-File Rule
129(11)
The Purchase Money Priority
140(16)
Collateral Other Than Inventory
140(8)
Inventory
148(8)
Buyers and Lessees
156(21)
Inventory
156(12)
Double Debtors
168(6)
Farm Products
174(3)
Rights to Payment
177(36)
Accounts and General Intangibles
177(16)
Chattel Paper
193(9)
Deposit Accounts
202(11)
Cash Proceeds
213(18)
Priority
213(12)
Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule
225(6)
Accessions
231(2)
Section 9-314
231(1)
Revised § 9-335
232(1)
Commingled and Processed Goods
233(3)
Section 9-315
233(2)
Revised § 9-336
235(1)
Conflicting Interests Not Governed by Article Nine
236(7)
Subrogation
236(5)
Subordination
241(2)
Federal Tax Liens
243(10)
Enforcement
253(93)
Meaning of Default
254(1)
Acceleration
255(2)
Function of Acceleration
255(1)
Insecurity Clauses
256(1)
Good Faith and Fair Dealing
257(8)
Cumulative Remedies
265(1)
Repossession
266(19)
Self-Help Repossession
266(7)
Breach of Peace
273(6)
Waiver and Estoppel
279(6)
Disposition of Collateral
285(59)
Resale of Collateral
285(27)
Retention of Collateral in Satisfaction of Debt
312(9)
Rights of Junior Lienors
321(7)
Rights of Purchasers at Foreclosure Sales
328(5)
Accounts Receivable and Chattel Paper
333(11)
Redemption
344(2)
Leases and Consignments
346(46)
Leases
346(25)
Lease With Option to Purchase or Renew
348(13)
Lease Without Option to Purchase or Renew
361(6)
Open-end Lease
367(4)
Consignments
371(21)
Introduction
371(6)
Bailment or Consignment?
377(8)
Excluded Consignments
385(1)
Creditors' Knowledge in Consignment Transactions
386(6)
Security Interests in Securities and Intellectual Property
392(73)
Securities
392(37)
Introduction
392(7)
Pledge of Certificated Security
399(6)
Pledgee's Duty of Reasonable Care
405(10)
Certificate in Possession of Securities Intermediary
415(10)
Uncertificated Securities
425(4)
Intellectual Property
429(36)
General Intangibles
429(2)
Copy rights
431(16)
Trademarks
447(5)
Patents
452(9)
Calls for Reform
461(4)
The Interface of Article 9 and Real Property Law
465(40)
Fixtures
465(22)
What Is a Fixture?
465(3)
Priorities
468(12)
Remedies
480(7)
Sections 9-102(3) and 9-104(j)
487(10)
Hotel Room and Facilities Charges
497(8)
Security Interests in Bankruptcy
505(125)
Overview of Bankruptcy
505(6)
Introduction
505(1)
Types of Bankruptcy
506(2)
Petition in Bankruptcy and the Automatic Stay
508(1)
Trustee in Bankruptcy
509(1)
Claims in Bankruptcy
510(1)
Distribution of Assets to Unsecured Creditors
510(1)
Discharge
511(1)
Secured Claims in Bankrptcy
511(21)
Nature of Secured Claims and Survival of Liens
511(3)
Security Interests Under Chapters 7, 11 and 13
514(11)
Effect of Bankruptcy on After-Acquired Property Clause
525(7)
The Avoiding Powers of the Trustee
532(98)
The Strong Arm Clause
533(1)
Fraudulent Transfers
533(47)
Preferences
580(50)
Letters of Credit
630(75)
Introduction
630(3)
Sources of Letter of Credit Law
633(1)
Formal Requirements
634(6)
Issuer's Duty to Honor or Dishonor
640(32)
The Strict Compliance Rule
640(11)
Notice of Discrepancies, Waiver and Estoppel
651(7)
Issuer's Right to Reimbursement and Other Remedies
658(13)
Damages for Wrongful Dishonor
671(1)
Forgery and Fraud
672(13)
Transfer, Assignment and Security Interests
685(5)
Transfer and Assignment
685(2)
Security Interests
687(2)
Letters of Credit as Supporting Obligations Under Revised Article 9
689(1)
Letters of Credit in Bankruptcy
690(15)
Appendecis I & II 705(36)
Index 741

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