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Problems and Materials on Secured Transactions, Ninth Edition

Douglas J. Whaley, Stephen M. McJohn


  • ISBN: 9781454851394

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    Published 05/21/2014
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    Summary of Contents


    Chapter 1.    Introduction to Secured Transactions   
    Chapter 2.    The Scope of Article 9   
    Chapter 3.    The Creation of a Security Interest   
    Chapter 4.    Perfection of the Security Interest   
    Chapter 5.    Multistate Transactions   
    Chapter 6.    Priority   
    Chapter 7.    Bankruptcy and Article 9   
    Chapter 8.    Proceeds   
    Chapter 9.    Default   

    Table of Cases       
    Table of Statutes       


  • Author Information

    Steven M. McJohn

    Steven M. McJohn is a Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School.

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    Douglas J. Whaley

    Douglas J. Whaley is a Professor Emeritus at The Ohio State University.

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