Secured Transactions

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Secured Transactions: Perfection of Security Interests Podcast

This podcast discusses how a secured creditor goes about perfecting its security interest in order to prevail against others who might claim the same collateral. This topic primarily requires a careful reading of UCC § 9-310 and a basic understanding of how a secured party attaches its security interest in the first place, under § 9-203. Concepts covered include Form-1 and Financing Statement.

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Secured Transactions: Possession, Control, and Automatic Perfection Podcast

This podcast explains how a secured creditor that does not file a financing statement goes about perfecting its security interest in order to prevail against others who might claim the same collateral, and  includes tips about the type of questions that might appear in the bar exam. This topic primarily requires a careful reading of UCC § 9-309 through § 9-314 and a basic understanding of how a secured party attaches its security interest in the first place.

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Secured Transactions: Priority: Purchase Money Security Interests (PMSI) Part 1 Podcast

The topic of this podcast is which party will prevail in a competition for collateral as between sellers or lenders having a purchase money security interest (“PMSI”) and other creditors with a security interest in the debtor’s assets. While secured parties might expect to prevail with respect to their collateral most of the time, those sellers and lenders that have a purchase money security interest also have expectations. This podcast will examine the nature of a PMSI and the rules that come into play to determine which creditor has priority under § 9-324.

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Secured Transactions: Priority: Sellers v. Secured Parties Podcast

The topic of this podcast is which party will prevail in a competition for collateral as between sellers and the creditor with a security interest in the debtor’s assets. While secured parties might expect to prevail with respect to their collateral most of the time, sellers of goods to a debtor who have not been paid for the goods also have expectations.

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Secured Transactions: Proceeds and Related Concepts Podcast

This podcast discusses the transformation of collateral subject to a security interest, in particular whether a security interest exists in proceeds, products, offspring, accessions, and the like. This topic primarily requires a careful reading of UCC § 9-315 and a basic understanding of how a secured party attaches its security interest in the first place.

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Secured Transactions: Repossession of Collateral Podcast

The topic of this podcast is the nature of foreclosure of a security interest and, in particular, the right of a secured creditor to obtain possession of collateral after default. Like in many areas of the law a thorough understanding of secured transactions requires you to use the correct vocabulary relevant to the topic. Here we are using the rules set forth in the Uniform Commercial Code Article 9, though some of the basic concepts obtain their meaning from other law.

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Secured Transactions: Scope of Article 9 Podcast

The topic of this podcast is to summarize and evaluate the nature of security interests covered by Article 9. It will also cover transactions that are within the scope of UCC Article 9 even though the parties may not have intended to create a security interest. The primary code section associated with this inquiry is 9-109. This podcast primarily focuses on security interests created under Article 9, with tips for the type of question often asked on bar exams.

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Secured Transactions: True and Disguised Leases Podcast

This podcast evaluates when a transaction described as a “lease” will be considered a sale with a retention of a security interest and covered by Article 9. In particular, it will describe the situations that suggest that a lease is a true lease and those in which the lease is actually a disguised sale. The primary UCC provision associated with this inquiry is § 1-203, which contains the general rules of the road with respect to disguised leases.

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