Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law 2009: Selected Statutes

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Foundation Press, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 2034 pages
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Thoughtfully updated by its authors, the 2009 edition combines in one volume the most useful statutes for courses in contracts, commercial law, secured transactions, commercial paper, sales, bankruptcy, debtor-creditor law, and corporate reorganizations. An informed compilation of the major statutes affecting commercial and debtor-creditor law, the text: Allows fast, easy, and informed research Covers provisions, regulations, statutes, and codes Uses as its principal text, the standard version of the Uniform Commercial Code, reflecting the law as currently enacted in most statesIncludes proposed revisions in an appendix Also included are selected federal statutes and regulations, the bankruptcy code and related provisions, and selected state debtor creditor laws such as the special rules in Delaware governing true sales that are especially important in securitization transactions.

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Review: Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law: Selected Statutes, 2007 ed.

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Sort of like a mystery novel, where the mystery is, What the hell were the drafters of the Uniform Commercial Code actually trying to say? Read full review

Review: Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law: Selected Statutes, 2007 ed.

User Review  - Goodreads

Sort of like a mystery novel, where the mystery is, What the hell were the drafters of the Uniform Commercial Code actually trying to say? Read full review

About the author (2009)

Douglas G. Baird is Dean of the Law School at the University of Chicago.

Thomas H. Jackson is Professor of Law, Harvard Law School.

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