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Secured Party's Right To Sue Third Persons For Damage To Or Defects In Collateral, Harold R. Weinberg Nov 1976

Secured Party's Right To Sue Third Persons For Damage To Or Defects In Collateral, Harold R. Weinberg

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

The proverb “there is many a slip ‘twixt the cup and the lip” might have been written with the secured creditor in mind. Many tragedies may befall him to defeat his expectations. He takes his security interest hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst—nonperformance of the obligation secured. If he does not carefully comply with the Article Nine provisions concerning the enforceability and perfection of a security interest, he may ultimately be unsecured. If his security interest is enforceable and perfected, it may turn out that some other party has priority to the collateral. Even if the secured …


Keeping The Deal Together After Material Breach--Common Law Mitigation Rules, The Ucc, And The Restatement (Second) Of Contracts, Robert A. Hillman Jul 1976

Keeping The Deal Together After Material Breach--Common Law Mitigation Rules, The Ucc, And The Restatement (Second) Of Contracts, Robert A. Hillman

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Imposters And Fictitious Payees, James J. White Jan 1976

Imposters And Fictitious Payees, James J. White

Other Publications

Uniform Commercial Code section 3-405. I. Basic Liabilities II. Defense and Miscellaneous Issues


Commercial Transactions (1975 Annual Survey Of Michigan Law), John F. Dolan Jan 1976

Commercial Transactions (1975 Annual Survey Of Michigan Law), John F. Dolan

Law Faculty Research Publications

No abstract provided.


The Legal Status Of Joint Ventures Under The Antitrust Laws: A Summary Assessment, Joseph F. Brodley Jan 1976

The Legal Status Of Joint Ventures Under The Antitrust Laws: A Summary Assessment, Joseph F. Brodley

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Wrongful Dishonor, James J. White Jan 1976

Wrongful Dishonor, James J. White

Other Publications

Uniform Commercial Code section 4-402. I. Basic Liability II. Damages III. Miscellaneous Asides


Book Review. International Development Banks By John Syz, Henry J. Richardson Iii Jan 1976

Book Review. International Development Banks By John Syz, Henry J. Richardson Iii

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Sales Law And Inflations, Alan Schwartz Jan 1976

Sales Law And Inflations, Alan Schwartz

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Black Businesses And Their Lawyers, John T. Baker, Jerome Davis Jan 1976

Black Businesses And Their Lawyers, John T. Baker, Jerome Davis

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Commercial Paper: An Exempted Security Under Section 3 (A) (3) Of The Securities Act Of 1933, J. William Hicks Jan 1976

Commercial Paper: An Exempted Security Under Section 3 (A) (3) Of The Securities Act Of 1933, J. William Hicks

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Prescription Drugs And Open Housing: More On Commercial Speech, Howard Hunter Jan 1976

Prescription Drugs And Open Housing: More On Commercial Speech, Howard Hunter

Research Collection Yong Pung How School Of Law

It has long been an assumption of American democracy that the liberties guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution are fundamental to the development and success of a democratic society. The freedom to speak one's mind, to publish one's thoughts, to petition the government for a redress of grievances, and to worship or to refrain from worshipping according to one's conscience are those freedoms which set a democratic society apart from other forms of political organization. They provide the individual with the opportunity for self-fulfillment and the society with the benefit of the thoughts, ideas, and aspirations of an …


Checks Lost In The Collection Process, James J. White Jan 1976

Checks Lost In The Collection Process, James J. White

Other Publications

Given the millions of checks that are transferred among banks every year, the opportunity for loss and misplacement of such checks is enormous and the liabilities associated with such loss can be significant. This section deals with the collecting bank's liability for the check's loss before it is delivered to payer bank. If the payer bank receives and then loses the check, it will be subject to a different set of liabilities; those liabilities will be discussed elsewhere in the program.