Errata slip inserted. U.N. sales number: E.09.V.12. "The [United Nations] General Assembly expressed its appreciation to UNCITRAL for the completion and adoption of the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions, requested the Secretary-General to broadly disseminate the Guide and recommended both the Guide and the United Nations Convention on the Assignment of Receivables in International Trade, the principles of which are also reflected in the Guide, to States"--Preface, p. iv. Includes index.
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Introduction Scope of application, basic approaches to secured transactions and general themes common to all chapters of the guide Creation of a security right (effectiveness as between the parties) Effectiveness of a security right against third parties The registry system Priority of a security right Rights and obligations of the parties to a security agreement Rights and obligations of third-party obligors Enforcement of a security right Acquisition financing Conflict of laws Transition The impact of insolvency on a security right.