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Priority Between Secured Parties: Discussions in Secured Transactions

May 18th, 2021 · Comments Off on Priority Between Secured Parties: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Scott J. Burnham is how to apply the rules found in § 9-322 for determining priority between one secured party and another secured party with an interest in the same collateral. The podcast assumes that collateral has been characterized as goods. The podcast reviews the basic rule that […]

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Security Agreements: Discussions in Secured Transactions

May 11th, 2021 · Comments Off on Security Agreements: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer S. Martin is when a security agreement is sufficient to enable it to attach a security interest to collateral under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, thereby making it enforceable by the creditor in the event that there is a default by the debtor (in most […]

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Creating a Security Interest – Overview: Discussions in Secured Transactions

May 3rd, 2021 · Comments Off on Creating a Security Interest – Overview: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

This podcast by Professor Jennifer S. Martin provides an overview of the process by which a creditor attaches a security interest to collateral under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, thereby making it enforceable by the creditor in the event there are unmet obligations to the creditor (in most cases by non-payment of a loan […]

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Purchase Money Security Interests Part II: Discussions in Secured Transactions

April 26th, 2021 · Comments Off on Purchase Money Security Interests Part II: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Scott J. Burnham is to identify when a purchase money security interest (“PMSI” or PIM-zee) has been created and to identify fact patterns that frequently appear on law school and bar examinations where it is significant that a security interest is a PMSI. Remember, a PMSI is simply […]

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Priority Between a Secured Party and a Party with a Lien: Discussions in Secured Transactions

April 19th, 2021 · Comments Off on Priority Between a Secured Party and a Party with a Lien: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

This podcast by Professor Scott J. Burnham discusses the priority between a secured party and a party with a lien, including a judicial lien creditor, a creditor with a lien arising by operation of law, a creditor with an agricultural lien, and the IRS with a tax lien. The podcast discusses the relationship between Bankruptcy […]

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Classification of Collateral II: Discussions in Secured Transactions

April 12th, 2021 · Comments Off on Classification of Collateral II: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

This is the second of two podcasts by Professor Jennifer S. Martin that describe the process by which a creditor identifies collateral subject to a security interest under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. This podcast focuses primarily on descriptions of intangible personal property, including the descriptions used in a security agreement. See Classification […]

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Classification of Collateral I: Discussions in Secured Transactions

April 6th, 2021 · Comments Off on Classification of Collateral I: Discussions in Secured Transactions · Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

This is the first of two podcasts by Professor Jennifer S. Martin that describe the process by which a creditor identifies collateral subject to a security interest under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. This podcast focuses primarily on descriptions of tangible personal property, including the descriptions used in a security agreement. See Classification […]

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Secured Transactions: Priority: Buyers v. Secured Parties

September 6th, 2017 · Comments Off on Secured Transactions: Priority: Buyers v. Secured Parties · Commercial Transactions, Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is which party will prevail in a competition for collateral as between buyers of the collateral and secured parties. While secured parties might expect to prevail with respect to their collateral most of the time, buyers of goods also have expectations that are protected with respect […]

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Secured Transactions: Priority: Sellers v. Secured Parties

September 6th, 2017 · Comments Off on Secured Transactions: Priority: Sellers v. Secured Parties · Commercial Transactions, Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin 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 […]

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Secured Transactions: Priority: Purchase Money Security Interests (PMSI)

September 6th, 2017 · Comments Off on Secured Transactions: Priority: Purchase Money Security Interests (PMSI) · Commercial Transactions, Lawdibles Audio, Secured Transactions

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin 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 […]

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