Security Interests in Personal Property
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Security Interests in Personal Property

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The dominant theme of this book is the extension of credit. Chapter 1 covers the fundamentals of the legal rights of creditors. The remainder of the book focuses on the legal arrangements that give a creditor powers over personal property of the debtor.
Unknown Binding, 668 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by West Publishing Company (first published 2000)
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Co-authored by Penn Law Professor Charles W. Mooney, Jr.
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