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The ABCs of the UCC Book Series Re-release: Articles 7 & 8

The ABCs of the UCC Book Series Re-release: Articles 7 & 8

By Graham Hunt

4/21/14, 2:53 PM CT | Author: Tiffany Adams

Two books from The ABCs of the UCC series were re-released in February. Business Law Section members may purchase these books for the discounted rate of $34.95 by logging in to the ABA web store to activate their member discount.

The ABCs of the UCC: (Revised) Article 7: Documents of Title
Edited by Linda J. Rusch

The ABCs of the UCC (Revised) Article 7: Documents of Title is part of the ABCs of the UCC series and an introduction to the principles found in Article 7 concerning bailment and documents of title. For law students and graduates, this guide should complete the partial picture he/she has received when encountering documents of title in other courses, such as sales, secured transactions, or payments involving letters of credit. This book discusses Article 7 after the complete revision of the Article in 2003.

A bibliography is included in this book containing references to sources that discuss bailments and documents of title under former Article 7 and prior to Article 7s initial enactment in the 1960s.

This is a re-release of The ABCs of the UCC (Revised) Article 7 that first published in 2004.

The ABCs of the UCC: Article 8: Investment Securities, Second Edition
Edited by Carl S. Bjerre and Sandra M. Rock

This book is a primer to Article 8 of the UCC and is one of the books in The ABCs of the UCC series. It provides a guide to the current version of Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which governs the ownership and transfer of securities and, to a limited extent, other financial assets. This book also discusses the portions of UCC Article 9 that relate to security interests in these assets.

Article 8 is concerned with the settlement of transactions in securities and with certain aspects of the relationships between issuers and investors, intermediaries and those for whom securities accounts are maintained, and sellers or pledgers and their purchasers. Other bodies of law complete the picture.

Further resources on Article 9 and on the UCC as a whole (as well as on Article 8 itself) are listed in the bibliography of this book.

This is a re-release of The ABCs of the UCC Article 8 that first published in 2004.


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