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Secured Transactions: A Systems Approach

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Edition: 8th ed., 2015
Author(s): LoPucki, Warren, Lawless
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This problem-based Secured Transactions: A Systems Approach casebook uses assignment-sized modules to explore creditor relationships and transactions between creditors and debtors. Completely updated, this casebook gives students a solid foundation in this important area. When you examine this edition, be sure to notice its:
Effective use of the systems approach by examining how the law is applied in actual transactions, the authors put the Code in context;
Cutting-edge coverage of today's most important topics;
Careful review of the intersection of secured transactions and bankruptcy.

In addition to conforming to the Revised Article 9, this edition offers new cases that explore interesting issues:
In re Shirel Is a credit card application sufficient to grant a security interest?
In re Grabowski Is a financing statement sufficient to perfect a security interest?
Omega Environmental, Inc. v. Valley Bank, N.A. Is a nonnegotiable certificate of deposit an instrument as defined under UCC Article 9?
In re Eschenbach What constitutes proper notice of a federal tax lien on personal property?

Table of Contents includes:
Creditor's Remedies Under State Law;
Creditor's Remedies in Bankruptcy;
Creation of Security Interest;
Defaulty: The Gateway to Remedies;
The Prototypical Secured Transaction;
Perfection;
Maintaining Perfection;
Priority;
Competitions for Collateral

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Author LoPucki, Warren, Lawless
ISBN 9781454857938
Edition 8th ed., 2015
Publisher Aspen Publishing