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Secured transactions; teaching materials, 4th ed.


Secured transactions; teaching materials, 4th ed.

White, James J. and G. Eric Brunstad Jr.



705 pages



American casebook series


White (U. of Michigan Law School) and Brunstad (New York U. School of Law) offer a casebook examining the law of Article 9 of the US Uniform Commercial Code governing secured transactions. In addition to teaching students the black letter law of Article 9, the text explores the economic and commercial reasons underlying the law, as well as the nomenclature of secured credit and commercial law. For this new edition, they have maintained the organization by types of transaction, offering chapters on security in business equipment; bankruptcy; security in inventory, farm products, and their proceeds; security in rights to payment and other intangibles; security in fixtures; security in consumer goods; and security in stocks, bonds, and other investment property. They have also, in addition to updating and expanding these chapters, added new chapters on how to interpret Article 9 and the theory of secured transactions.

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Date:Aug 1, 2013
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