Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions

ISBN-10: 0735570302
ISBN-13: 9780735570306
Edition: 2008
Authors: James Brook
List price: $163.00
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Description: Straightforward, back-to-basics approach, engaging problems: Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions is exactly the right casebook to introduce students To The intricacies of UCC Article 9 and modern secured financing. With an artful combination  More...

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List price: $163.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 7/17/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 485
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Straightforward, back-to-basics approach, engaging problems: Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions is exactly the right casebook to introduce students To The intricacies of UCC Article 9 and modern secured financing. With an artful combination of textual material, detailed citations To The UCC, engaging problems and questions, and well-edited cases, James Brook demonstrates to students that this material need not be impenetrable but can be not only completely comprehensible but enjoyable as well. When you examine a copy of this casebook, notice the many features that are bound to make it a tremendous asset in your classroom: presents the material, which so many students find daunting on first approach, as easily accessible and as manageable as possible without oversimplification or avoiding difficult aspects of the topic uses the problem-based approach with thoroughly engaging and imaginative scenarios that draw students in, encouraging the user to appreciate goals, concerns, opportunities and risks from each party's perspective. problems progress from simple to more complex, giving students the opportunity to appreciate the common elements and internalize the idea that rules and principals learned in a simpler setting can readily be applied to more complex transactions. Earlier problems lean more heavily, though not exclusively, On the individual and consumer-borrower situations; later problems include progressively more small-business and large-business transactions cases are heavily edited, with editorial notes liberally used to fill in the blanks, while maintaining the underlying "story" that is present in all cases helps student appreciate that the principal resource For The course is UCC Article 9 as found the statutory supplement. Professor Brook reinforces the concept that the casebook is a tool to be used for study, In preparing before class and during class as a guide or outline for discussion, but that the law is found in the Code usable with either original or Revised version of Article 1 a comprehensive Teacher's manual and a companion website for adopters that will include regular updates and a possible forum for ongoing discussion with other users If you want an accessible, engaging, problem-based casebook to teach secured transactions, be sure to examine a copy of Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions before you teach your next course.

Introduction to Article 9 and Classification of Collateral
The Typical Secured Transaction
Types of Goods
The "Intangibles" and "Quasi-Intangibles"
Types of Investment Property
Creation of the Article 9 Interest - Attachment
The Security Agreement
"Value" Given and the Debtor's "Rights In" the Collateral
Introduction to the Purchase-Money Security Interest
Further Issues Regarding the PMSI
Protection of the Security Interest - Perfection
Introduction to Perfection, Perfection by Filing, and Where to File
The Initial Financing Statement
The Process of Filing
Later Filings and Changes in the Situation
Perfection by Possession
Automatic Perfection - the PMSI in Consumer Goods
Perfection on and Through Instruments and Documents
Perfection by Control
Goods Covered by Certificate of Title Laws
Priority Issues
Introduction to Priority and the Basic Rules of Priority
Special Priority for the PMSI
Priority in Investment Property and Deposit Accounts
Priority in Fixtures
Claims Arising Under Article 2
Special Issues in Bankruptcy
Sales and Other Dispositions of Collateral
Does The Interest Survive the Disposition?
What are Proceeds?
Perfection on and Priority in Proceeds
Chattel Paper and Account Financing
Further on the Scope of Article 9
Leases of Goods and Article 9
Other Transactions Governed by Article 9
Transactions Excluded from Article 9
Default and Its Consequences
Events of Default
Repossession
The Foreclosure Sale
Strict Foreclosure and the Right of Redemption

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