Glannon Guide to Secured Transactions: Learning Secured Transactions Through Multiple-choice Questions and Analysis

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2007 - Law - 339 pages
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Using the proven structure of the popular Glannon Guide series,The Glannon Guide to Secured Transactions: Learning Secured TransactionsThrough Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis presents a lucid andthorough review of secured transactions while it helps students learn toanalyze exam questions. Multiple-choice questions -- with clear explanations ofboth right and wrong answers -- provide students with a user-friendly method ofexam review. This valuable study aid is effective because it:* integrates multiple-choice questions into an inclusive reviewof Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code* discusses the law so that students are prepared to learneffectively from the questions that follow * offers clear explanationsof both correct and incorrect answers* uses multiple-choice questions that are neither too difficultnor unrealistically straightforward* is useful for exam preparation regardless of whether thestudent will be tested by multiple-choice questions or in another format* may also be used for bar exam preparation* is unusually user-friendly and interactive* uses a more challenging final question in each chapter (the "Closer") to illustrate a sophisticated problem* contains 30 "Closing Closer" questions inthe last chapter to provide practice as well as a helpful review of conceptsin earlier chapters* intersperses important exam-taking pointers throughout the text

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Working with the Uniform Commercial Code
What Is a Security Interest?
Overview of Secured Transactions

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