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Connecticut Secured Transactions Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Forms and Practice Manual

by Thomas J. Welsh, Esq.; Edward A. Weiss, Esq.; and Elizabeth C. Yen, Esq.

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$279.90
  • Updated annually
  • First Edition published 2002 
  • 1 volume, 775+ pages, 75+ forms 
  • ISBN #1-57400-084-5 
  • Includes a forms CD

Connecticut Secured Transactions Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Forms and Practice Manual

Connecticut Secured Transactions Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Forms and Practice Manual

Prominent Connecticut attorneys, Thomas J. Welsh, Edward A. Weiss, and Elizabeth C. Yen, have drawn from their extensive experience to bring you this practical, easy-to-use book, containing a comprehensive collection of all the rules of Revised Article 9, along with extensive commentaries on how they affect the forms and procedures used in Connecticut today.

Last Update Included:

  • Discussion of Connecticut legislation and recent Connecticut and national case law developments
  • New forms pertaining to the pledge of certain limited liability company interests held by a limited liability company

Thomas J. Welsh, a principal in the law firm of Brown & Welsh, P.C., received a Citation from the Connecticut General Assembly for his work in the adoption of revised Article 9. He was a primary proponent and spokesperson for the Connecticut Bar Association in the adoption of revised Article 9 in Connecticut and served as a member of the Connecticut Law Revision Commission advisory committee on the 1999 revision to Article 9 - Secured Transactions of the Uniform Commercial Code. Mr. Welsh is a member of the Executive Board of the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys and a member of the Connecticut Bar Association's Executive Committee of the Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section and Environmental Law and Intellectual Property Sections. He has lectured on commercial law and bankruptcy matters and written on commercial law topics.

Edward A. Weiss practices banking and finance law as a partner in the law firm of Finn Dixon & Herling, LLP. Mr. Weiss was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 1982 and has taught classes and seminars in Secured Lending, Fraudulent Conveyances and Commercial Syndicated Loans. He is also the published author of "Connecticut Fraudulent Conveyance Law" and "Connecticut Adopts UFTA." Mr. Weiss also served on the Connecticut Law Revision Committee advisory committee on the 2010 revision to Article 9.

Elizabeth C. Yen, a partner with the law firm of Hudson Cook, LLP, has been representing consumer financial services providers for over 30 years. She handles federal and state regulatory compliance and consumer protection matters, including those that affect deposit-taking, lending, leasing, loan production offices, and branching. Representative clients include regional bank holding companies and national nonbank lenders, which Ms. Yen counsels with regard to licensing requirements, development of new loan and other programs, documentation, marketing, litigation, and other matters. She is an editorial consultant and regular contributor to the Banking Law Journal and a member and regular contributor of the Advisory Committee to the Connecticut Lawyer (a publication of the Connecticut Bar Association). In addition, Ms. Yen was a member of the executive committees of the Consumer Law and Financial Institutions Sections of the Connecticut Bar Association, and of the Connecticut Law Revision Commission Banking Advisory Committee.

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SUMMARY TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Transition and Applicable Law

Chapter 2: Overview and Definitions

Chapter 3: Creating a Security Interest—Attachment—Making the Secured Party's Rights Enforceable Against the Debtor

Chapter 4: Perfection

Chapter 5: Financing Statement Mechanics

Chapter 6: Prevailing Against Others—Priority

Chapter 7: Particular Types of Collateral

Chapter 8: Proceeds

Chapter 9: Changes after Closing

Chapter 10: Third Parties—Account Debtors;Anti-Assignment Clauses

Chapter 11: Enforcement

Chapter 12: Secured Party's Obligations

Chapter 13: Penalties Against Secured Parties

Chapter 14: Forms

Idices

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