Debtor-Creditor Law

ebook Volume 1B · Debtor-Creditor Law (1)

By Theodore Eisenberg, Editor-in-Chief

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Debtor-Creditor Law is a comprehensive multi-volume treatise, written by prominent experts in the field, which offers users complete coverage of all aspects of the debtor-creditor relationship, including current case law, practical guidance and numerous forms for the practitioner. In addition to comprehensive coverage of federal consumer credit legislation and the reprint of related statutes and regulations, Debtor-Creditor Law also features chapters covering several Uniform Commercial Code Articles, including Article 2 (Sales), Article 3 (Negotiable Instruments), Article 4A (Funds Transfers) and Revised Article 9 (Secured Transactions). Additional topics addressed include:

  • third party obligations, such as usury, guaranty, suretyship, subrogation, and fraudulent conveyances;
  • satisfaction of obligations through non-judicial remedies, such as self-help repossession, mechanics' liens and statutory liens, as well as through possessory proceedings, such as attachment, garnishment, replevin and mortgage foreclosure; and
  • international insolvency law and enforcement of judgments for a variety of countries, including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany and India.

    First published in 1982.

    14 Volumes; updated with revisions.

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