Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions (Aspen Casebook Series)

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ISBN-13: 9781454870609
ISBN-10: 1454870605
Edition: 3
Author: James Brook
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
Format: Hardcover 576 pages
Category: Law
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ISBN-13: 9781454870609
ISBN-10: 1454870605
Edition: 3
Author: James Brook
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
Format: Hardcover 576 pages
Category: Law

Summary

Acknowledged authors James Brook wrote Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions (Aspen Casebook Series) comprising 576 pages back in 2016. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1454870605 and 9781454870609. Since then Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions (Aspen Casebook Series) textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 57.84 or rent at the marketplace.

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The problem approach featured in Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions thoroughly engages students with imaginative scenarios, presenting the material as easily accessible and as manageable as possible without avoiding the intricacies of secured transactions. Students come to appreciate that the principal resource for the course is UCC Article 9 itself. While the casebook is an essential tool for study, the law is found in the Code. Problems and Cases on Secured Transactions is carefully designed for an introductory mainstream course, not for an advanced course or seminar. The material is presented as completely comprehensible, even enjoyable, rather than an arcane science that only an insider can be expected to understand. Cases are heavily edited, and liberal editorial notes help express the vibrancy of true-life situations. A good mix of short and long problems gives each lesson a comprehensive linear flow while keeping students focused. A progressive mix of problems helps students see the common elements, as 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. As the lessons advance, the mix of materials progressively includes more small-business and large-business transactions.

Key Features of the New Edition:

  • The latest on the 2010 Revisions to Article 9, in particular how the "name of the debtor" problem is now to be dealt with
  • New legislative initiatives addressing the problem of so-called "bogus" or "harassing" filings
  • Twelve new principal cases decided since 2010 bring the book up to date and better elucidate points to be made

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