Problems and materials on secured transactions

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Aspen, 2003 - Law - 328 pages
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Douglas Whaley applies his proven problem-oriented approach on secured transactions law and creates a straightforward, practical text that guides student through the complexities of statutory language. Problems and Materials on Secured Transactions, Sixth Edition, addresses all changes to Article 9 to keep your course completely current. Longtime users will recognize these popular features: direct, problem-based pedagogy helps students build confidence by resolving problems that progress from easy to more challenging concise but comprehensive treatment of black letter law the expertise of a distinguished teacher and author by who has developed a successful series of commercial law texts flexible content and organization makes the book easily adaptable to various teaching styles For The Sixth Edition Article 9 coverage has been completely revised and is now up to date cases decided between editions have been added existing problems have been updated, and new ones added where appropriate for an exploration of statutory language of unmatched clarity and effectiveness, be sure to adopt Problems and Materials on Secured Transactions, Sixth Edition .

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one of the better texts for teaching secured transactions. it's especially nice if you want the who class to be on the same page, so to speak, without having to assign reading and hope everyone reads it well enough.

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

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Contents

Introduction to Secured Transactions
1
Bankruptcy
4
The Scope of Article 9
17
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

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

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