Secured Transactions Guide

With business moving freely across state lines and the volume of credit transactions continually increasing, the issues facing those accountable for reducing risk and complying with rules in the area of secured credit transactions grow more and more numerous. While the Uniform Commercial Code's (UCC) inclusion of the "security interest" rules (Article 9) provides a generally consistent code governing credit transactions in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, the Code allows for state specific provisions and interpretations. As a result, secured creditors, third parties and their advisors must be ever alert to changes, not only in the application of existing rules but also in the creation of new "variations." The Secured Transactions Guide insures coverage of all the latest developments and provides the guidance and information sellers or secured lenders need in using security instruments to protect their interests. Subscribe today to:
  • Get the latest developments on all Secured Transactions legislation
  • Gain a greater understanding of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and Revised Article 9, focusing on the latest "security interest" rules
  • Save time and money with the Guide's index tools, which allow you to search and compare by state, topic, case name and date
  • Simplify drafting and filing instruments with the labor saving charts and forms sections
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    VOLUME 1:
  • Topical Index
  • Case Table
  • Charts
  • Secured Transactions Explained
  • Uniform Commercial Code, Selected Provisions
  • UCC Article 9, Secured Transactions
  • UCC Article 2A, Leases
  • States (Alabama to Alaska)


  • VOLUME 2:
  • States (Arizona to Idaho)


  • VOLUME 3:
  • States (Illinois to Massachusetts)


  • VOLUME 4:
  • States (Michigan to New Mexico)


  • VOLUME 5:
  • States (New York to South Carolina)


  • VOLUME 6:
  • States (South Dakota to Wyoming)


  • VOLUME 7:
  • Federal Laws and Regulations
  • Mechanics' Liens
  • Specimen Forms/Checklist
  • Cumulative Index
  • New Developments (including full text of court cases and attorney general opinions relating to state and federal laws affecting secured transactions)
  • Report Letters
Understand the ins and outs of the UCC and Revised Article 9 - In the "Secured Transactions Explained" section the basic law of secured transactions and the principal rules of states are laid out and explained. This explanation has been updated to reflect the latest version of Article 9. Requirements concerning the filing, recording, perfecting, executing, enforcing, or releasing of security interests are summarized on a state specific basis. In the Uniform Commercial Code sections, Article 9 and other selected provisions relating to it are covered. These include Article 1-General Provisions, Article 2A - Leases and Article 6 - Bulk Transfers. All provide information and commentary enhancing the understanding of Article 9, which is covered in detail in its own section. State laws and regulations that fall outside of the Uniform Commercial Code but that pertain to personal property liens and interests are covered also

Research state specific rules in a time saving manner - The State sections provide state specific rules and explanations arranged in a uniform plan of topics and linked to the full text of applicable statutes. Topics covered include certificate of title laws for motor vehicles, lien laws and other laws affecting security interests.

Access time-saving charts and forms highlighting filing requirements on a variety of subjects - The Guide includes charts and forms simplifying drafting and filing instruments in the following areas:

  • UCC Filing
  • Federal Tax Liens
  • Replevin
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Interest-Usury

Use the indexing tools to save time and money

The Guide includes a Topical Index for broad searches, a Rapid Finder Index for each State Division, a UCC Decisions-Opinions Index for all key UCC decisions and developments and a Case Table listing all relevant court decisions by name, state and date. In addition, the explanatory notes and full text are fully linked throughout.

Create quick multi-jurisidictional charts with CCH Smart Charts™. CCH Smart Charts enable users to research key topics across selected jurisdictions in a few easy steps. Simply select the topic and the jurisdictions of interest, and Smart Charts will retrieve the information and present it in a clear, customized chart or matrix format. Results include links for instant access to the relevant law, regulation or discussion in the Secured Transactions Guide as well as highlight changes that have recently occured (up to 120 days).

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