A comprehensive resource covering the law of secured transactions. The primary focus is Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, which sets forth requirements for the filing, recording, perfecting, executing and enforcing of security agreements. The General Provisions section (Article 1) and theLeases section of the UCC (Article 2A) arealso provided in full text. Selected provisions of other UCC articles that affect Article 9 provisions are reproduced, including the Bulk Transfers section (Article 6), plus several definitions from the sales section (Article 2) and the Commercial Paper section (Article 3). State variations in Article 9 are provided under the heading local Modifications following UCC provisions and official comments. Each state's rules covering secured credit is detailed in an explanation annotated with digests of decisions and rulings, with CCH paragraph references leading to the text of statutes and regulations. State explanations begin with the UCC secured transactions rules and continue to cover certificate of title laws for motor vehicles, lien laws, and other laws affecting security interests. In addition, the Guide provides the full text of court decisions from 1969 to present, with headnotes written by CCH editorial staff and back-references to the relevant sections of the Guide. A digest of the mechanic's lien law of every jurisdiction is also provided. Federal laws and regulations affecting secured transactions are reproduced. Charts highlight the principal features of filing requirements. For electronic subscribers, Smart charts provide quick access to UCC filing fee information in each state and direct links to all of the UCC state administrators. The entire text of UCC is provided in electronic format.
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Description based on information screen, viewed July 11, 2017.