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Secured TransactionsLarry Bates
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Secured Transactions

Problems and Materials (Revised First Edition)
Larry Bates

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-62661-851-0, 316 pages

©2014

Description
Secured Transactions combines original material with recent cases to teach students about secured financing under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Students will learn how to identify basic Article 9 issues and craft solutions for them.

The book begins with an explanation of secured vs. unsecured financing, and addresses how transactions were dealt with before the institution of Article 9. It then discusses specific aspects of Article 9 including its scope, creating and protecting a security interest, priorities, exceptions, fixtures, proceeds, and enforcement.

The book is built around a series of problems that connect the cases and the original material back to the actual text of Article 9. The original material clarifies and contextualizes the legal issues, providing background and support as readers approach the cases. The inclusion of specific cases demonstrates how legal principles are, and have been, applied in the real world, enabling students to more deeply understand automatic perfection, certificates of title, statutory liens, commercial reasonableness, subordination, and more. The problems emphasize the importance of reading statutes carefully and holistically.

Secured Transactions successfully balances the study of law, and its application. It ably supports instructors without binding them to the text, and is an ideal book for basic courses in secured transactions.

Biography
Larry Bates earned his J.D. from the Marquette University School of Law, and his LL.M from Harvard Law School. He spent nine years in practice as a corporate bankruptcy specialist before joining the faculty of Baylor Law School, where he teaches contracts and commercial law, including international and domestic sales law and secured transactions. Professor Bates also serves as the faculty advisor for the Baylor Law Review. He has written extensively on commercial law and bankruptcy and is a member of the American Bar Association committee to oversee the National Appellate Advocacy Competition.

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