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Glannon Guide to Secured Transactions: Learning Secured Transactions Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis,Third Edition

Scott J. Burnham

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  • ISBN: 9781454850083

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    Law school classroom lectures can leave you with a lot of questions. Glannon Guides can help you better understand your classroom lecture with straightforward explanations of tough concepts with hypos that help you understand their application.

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    Publication Date: 12/19/2017
    Copyright: 2018
    Pages: 398
    ISBNs:
    Paperback: 9781454850083
    Digital Only CasebookConnect: 9781543806168
    Ebook: 9781454897545

    Summary of Contents

    Acknowledgments

    Chapter 1: A Very Short Introduction
    A. Introduction to Secured Transactions
    B. Answering Multiple-Choice Questions
    C. How to Use This Book
    Chapter 2: Working with the Uniform Commercial Code
    A. Introduction
    B. Working with the Code
    C. Closer
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    Chapter 3: What Is a Security Interest?
    A. What Is a Secured Transaction?
    B. Is It Better to Be a Secured Creditor Than an
    Unsecured Creditor?
    C. Does a Transaction Create a Security Interest?
    D. Closers
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    Chapter 4: Overview of Secured Transactions
    A. A Secured Transactions Roadmap
    B. Classification of Collateral
    C. Consumer Transactions
    D. Purchase Money Security Interests 41
    E. Closers
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    Chapter 5: The Scope of Article 9
    A. Introduction
    B. § 9-109(a) “Except as otherwise provided in
    subsections (c) and (d)”
    C. § 9-109(a)(1) “a transaction, regardless of its
    form, that creates a security interest in personal
    property or fixtures by contract”
    D. § 9-109(a)(2) “an agricultural lien”
    E. § 9-109(a)(3) “a sale of accounts, chattel paper,
    payment intangibles, or promissory notes”
    F. § 9-109(a)(4) “a consignment”
    G. Closers
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    Chapter 6: Creation of a Security Interest
    A. Introduction
    B. Sample Agreements
    C. Is There a Security Agreement Authenticated
    by the Debtor?
    D. Does the Security Agreement Contain a
    Description of the Collateral?
    E. Closers
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    Chapter 7: The Security Interest as a “Floating Lien”
    A. The “Floating Lien”
    B. Sale or Exchange
    C. Proceeds
    D. After-Acquired Property
    E. Prohibitions Against Security Interests in
    Certain Property
    F. Future Advances
    G. Closers
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    Chapter 8: Secured Party v. Debtor
    A. Introduction
    B. What Is Default?
    C. Repossession of the Collateral
    D. Closer
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    Chapter 9: Disposition of the Collateral After Repossession
    A. Care of the Collateral
    B. Redemption
    C. Retention
    D. Resale
    E. Collection of Intangibles
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 10: Sale and Deficiency
    A. The Sale
    B. Remedies of the Debtor
    C. Closers
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    Chapter 11: Secondary Obligors
    A. Introduction
    B. Notice to Secondary Obligors
    C. Contract Law Issues
    D. Closers
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    Chapter 12: Perfection by Filing — the Initial Financing Statement
    A. Introduction
    B. Who Can File a Financing Statement?
    C. Contents of the Financing Statement
    D. Where Is It Filed?
    E. When Is It Filed?
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 13: Amendments to the Initial Filing
    A. Introduction
    B. Termination
    C. Continuation
    D. Other Amendments
    E. Closers
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    Chapter 14: Exceptions to Perfection by Filing
    A. Introduction
    B. Possession
    C. Control
    D. Other Filing Systems
    E. Automatic Perfection
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 15: Secured Party v. Buyer
    A. Introduction
    B. Unperfected Security Interests
    C. Perfected Security Interests
    D. Closers
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    Chapter 16: Secured Party v. Secured Party
    A. The General Rules of Priority: § 9-322
    B. The Rules of Priority Between Parties Who
    Perfected by Filing
    C. The Relationship Between Priority and Default
    D. The Superpriority Exceptions to § 9-322
    E. The “Double Debtor” Problem: § 9-325
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 17: Secured Party v. Other Creditors
    A. Introduction
    B. An Unsecured Creditor: §§ 9-201 and
    9-317(a)(2)
    C. A Creditor with a Lien Arising by Operation
    of Law: § 9-333
    D. A Creditor with an Agricultural Lien 281
    E. Federal Tax Liens
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 18: Secured Party v. Party with an Interest in Fixtures, Accessions, or Commingled Goods
    A. The Definition of Fixtures
    B. Priorities in Fixtures
    C. Remedies
    D. Accessions
    E. Commingled Goods
    F. Closers
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    Chapter 19: The Impact of Bankruptcy on Security Interests
    A. Introduction
    B. Delayed Recovery by a Secured Party or
    Alteration in a Debtor’s Payment Obligations
    C. Loss of Payments the Secured Party
    Received Prior to Bankruptcy
    D. Invalidation of the Article 9 Security Interest
    E. Closer
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    Chapter 20: Closing Closers: Some Practice Questions
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    Table of Statutes
    Index

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