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Secured Transactions Under the Uniform Commercial Code
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The Priority of Future Advances and "Non-Advance" Obligations
Julian B. McDonnell;Peter F. Coogan;William E. Hogan;and Detlev F. Vagts
The chapter first discusses the history of priority conflicts and rules related to future advances. It then examines the fundamental concepts of consideration, value, advance and obligation. Next, the chapter analyzes the priority of future advances, considering contests with lien creditors, contests with buyers "not in ordinary course," and contests with other secured parties. Finally, the chapter examines the priority of non-advance obligations.
Secured Transactions Under the UCC (also known as UCC Secured Transactions) provides unique scholarly treatment of the history of Article 9 and its interpretation over the years. It examines every facet of secured lending, analyzing in detail difficult issues that tend to be overlooked in other, more abbreviated treatments. Due to its broad focus, the publication has retained a great deal of material on "old" Article 9, which is of value both to contrast with the Revision and for litigating matters governed by the former version of the law.
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For a section-by-section analysis of priority issues under original Article 9, see Ch. 7A, The Priorities Game: A Section by Section Analysis.
For a complete discussion of the first-to-file rule and the purchase-money priorities, see Ch. 7B, Priority Among Secured Creditors: How Revised Article 9 Changes the Game.
For a general discussion of the provisions and impact of Revised Article 9, see Ch. 1A, Revised Article 9: Review and Reevaluation.
For a general discussion of Article 9, see Ch. 3, The Scope of Article 9.
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