Commercial Law: Secured Transactions

This course is concerned with the structuring and use of transactions in which personal property, automobiles, computers, rights to payment, wheat, etc., is used to secure business and consumer debt. It examines the rights of the parties to a secured transaction (i.e., debtor and creditor) as between themselves and as against third parties. The emphasis is on security interests created under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.

Course Information
Course #: LAW 202
Program: JD
Course Type: JD Elective
Area of Study: Business and Corporate Law, Financial Services Law and Compliance
Credit Hours: Three credit hours.