Problems and materials on secured transactions

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Little, Brown, 1989 - Law - 427 pages
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For a concise & manageable exploration of secured transactions, join your many colleagues who rely on PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS, now entering its Fifth Edition. This popular, problem-oriented casebook zeroes in on the exact statutory language of the 1998 revision of Article 9 of the UCC to give your students a solid grasp of important concepts & doctrines. PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS, Fifth Edition, builds on the strengths that made it such a popular casebook: Whaley's clear & lucid writing style conveys important information without overwhelming students The text follows the order of UCC Article 9, progressing from introductory material to: the scope of Article 9 creation of a security interest perfection of the security interest multi-state transactions priority problems bankruptcy & Article 9 proceeds default Carefully-crafted short problems throughout the text build student confidence as they increase in complexity Flexible structure of the casebook allows instructors to use material in the sequence & approach they prefer New features of the Fifth Edition include: incorporation of the new 1998 revision of Article 9, with a complete discussion of changes updated cases & problems reflect the new Article 9, as well as legal trends & developments revised Teacher's Manual with answers to all the problems in the book This comprehensive yet concise casebook is an effective guide through this constantly changing area. Be sure to review PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS, Fifth Edition, before you select materials for your next course.

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Decent, straightforward (shock of all shocks) textbook on UCC article 9. Read full review

Contents

Introduction to Secured Transactions
1
Bankruptcy
3
Chapter 2
17
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Whaley is James W. Shocknessy Professor of Law, The Michael E. Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.

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