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Fraud in Equipment Leasing
Michael A. Leichtling; and Raymond W. Dusch; General Editors: Barry A. Dubin; and Jeffrey Wong
Equipment Leasing (Matthew Bender) provides everything you need to structure a transaction involving an equipment lease, including a thorough analysis of Article 2A of the UCC, along with information concerning equipment financing, regulatory issues, litigation, insurance, mergers and acquisitions, lease securitizations, warranties, default and remedies, bankruptcy, fraud, environmental regulation, accounting, and federal, state, and local taxation. It also covers all essential types of leases, such as leveraged, operating, cross-border, consumer, finance, merchant, and true leases, as well as specific industry leasing, including satellites, computers, aircraft, railroads, ships/vessels, and more.
Equipment leasing,Uniform Commercial Code,UCC,Article 2A,fraud,misconduct,omission,fraudulent action,fraudulent scheme,damage control,high risk transactions
RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
For more coverage on statutory treatment and analysis of leasing transactions, see Chapter 2.
For a discussion of the annotated unconditional continuing guaranty and letters of credit, see Chapter 7.
For more information on securitization, see Chapter 13.
For a discussion of synthetic leasing, see Chapter 13A.
For more information on defaults, remedies, and litigation, see Chapter 15.
For a discussion of equipment lease defaults and damage calculations, see Chapter 16.
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