Loan Documentation 101: Part 2 – Lien Perfection: Getting it Right
Bankers at all experience levels will find this series helpful, informative and confirming.
Session two builds on the principles learned in session one. Items covered include a variety of specific classifications of collateral, language description requirements for UCC and security agreements, terminations, assignments and releases. Purchase money security interests, collateral not owned by the borrower and other documentation topics are also discussed.
- Goods (tangible personal property): consumer goods, inventory, equipment and farm products
- Intangible personal property: accounts, instruments, investments, deposit accounts, chattel paper, documents, payment intangibles, commercial tort claims software, letter of credit rights and general intangibles
- Fixtures: These items are “weird”, demanding and worth paying attention to
Bankers at all experience levels
Robin Russell is a partner with the law firm of Andrews Kurth L.L.P., practicing in the areas of banking, bankruptcy and corporate finance, representing banks, insurance companies, corporate and individual borrowers in secured commercial and consumer lending transactions. Robin is the author of TBA’s bestselling “Texas Secured Lending Guide” and the “Texas Real Estate Lending Guide.”
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Member price: $265.00 | Non member price $530.00
Member price: $280.00 | Non member price $560.00
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