Visualizing Secured Transactions
This unique study guide uses visual aids such as charts and diagrams to foster student understanding and application of the law governing secured transactions. The organization of the material tracks the outline and scope of traditional Secured Transactions casebooks and covers Article 9 of the UCC and related UCC provisions and sections of the Bankruptcy Code. It takes the basic areas covered by Article 9 and creates a visual aid for the statutory provisions typically assigned in connection with those areas. Some visual aids cover a single section while others summarize a number of sections bearing on a single topic. The overarching goal is to help students see the organizational structure and create visual clues for remembering content.
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20 days account debtor acquired agricultural lien applicable Article 9 ASSIGNMENT attaches automatically perfected Bankruptcy Code basic priority rules cash proceeds certificate of title chattel paper choice of law commingled consumer consumer-goods transaction course of business DEB'I‘OR debtor receives default definition delivery deposit accounts DISPOSITION OF COLLATERAL effective date enforceable filed financing statement filing office filing or perfection fixture filing future advance holder identifiable proceeds interest in collateral interest in proceeds inventory investment property jurisdiction lease LESSEE letter-of-credit rights lien creditor lienholders notification ordinary course payment intangibles perfected security interest PMSI prevail promissory notes provides purchase-money obligation purchase-money security interest purchaser pursuant real property interest record remains effective requirements REVISED ART revised Article scope of Article Section secured claim secured creditor secured obligation secured party secured transaction security agreement special priority rules STATUTE TAKES FREE tax lien trustee in bankruptcy types of collateral Uniform Commercial Code unperfected visualization