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Judicial Lien Priorities Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Part I, David Gray Carlson, Paul M. Shupack Jan 1984

Judicial Lien Priorities Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Part I, David Gray Carlson, Paul M. Shupack

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Death And Subordination Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Senior Buyers And Senior Lien Creditors, David Gray Carlson Jan 1984

Death And Subordination Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Senior Buyers And Senior Lien Creditors, David Gray Carlson

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Judicial Lien Priorities Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Part Ii—Creditor Representatives, Bank Receivers, Fixtures, Crops, And Accessions, David Gray Carlson, Paul M. Shupack Jan 1984

Judicial Lien Priorities Under Article 9 Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Part Ii—Creditor Representatives, Bank Receivers, Fixtures, Crops, And Accessions, David Gray Carlson, Paul M. Shupack

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Efficiency Justifications For Personal Property Security, James J. White Jan 1984

Efficiency Justifications For Personal Property Security, James J. White

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In February of 1983 Pan American World Airways issued 100 million dollars of convertible secured notes. As security for these notes it put up three Boeing 747 SP aircraft, two 747-100 aircraft, and one McDonnell Douglas DC10-30. The appraised value of these aircraft was 157 million dollars. To the extent possible under the law, Pan American made these aircraft subject to the claims of the owners of the new notes. On default, the note holders would have the first claim on these aircraft, would have the right to repossess them outside of bankruptcy, and would have the right to the ...