Secured transactions: teaching materials
The book deals with some of the most complex and interesting modern transactions such as "repos" and "securitization." To offset the complexities of the subject matter, however, Professor White has made this text extremely user-friendly. Every chapter has extensive expository introductory material to help the student get oriented. This manageably-sized book is organized by transaction (e.g., loans on equipment, loans on inventory, etc.), rather than code section (e.g., attachment, perfection, etc.), so that students can see how various transactions develop, rather than learning about sections of the code out of context.
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Perfection in Multiple State Transactions
The Legal Rights Acquired by Attachment and the Greater
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