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The Glannon Guide to Secured Transactions: Learning Secured Transactions…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0735507295, Paperback)A concise, clear, effective review of Secured Transactions topics organized around the theme of multiple-choice questions. The basic format follows the same structure established by the first title in the series, Joseph Glannon's The Glannon Guide to Civil Procedure. The book includes brief explanatory text about the topic under discussion, followed by one or two multiple-choice questions. After each question, the author explains how the correct choice was chosen. Thus the student reviews course content and also learns how to analyze exam questions. Features: Integrates multiple-choice questions into a full-fledged review of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code Lead-up discussion of law in the text prepares students to learn effectively from subsequent questions Clear explanations of correct and incorrect answers help to clarify nuances in the law Multiple-choice questions are sophisticated but fair, neither too difficult nor unrealistically straightforward Equally useful to all students, regardless of whether they will be tested by multiple-choice questions on their exams Embodies a far more user-friendly and interactive approach than other exam preparation aids A more challenging final question in each chapter (the "Closer" ) illustrates a more sophisticated problem in the area under discussion "Closing Closer" questions in the last chapter provide practice and helpful review of concepts in earlier chapters Valuable exam-taking pointers interspersed within the substantive text New to the Second Edition: Incorporates the substantial revision of Article 9 (Secured Transactions) that is now in the process of adoption by the states. Updated to reflect the fact that Revised Article 1, which is frequently cited in the text, has now been enacted in almost all jurisdiction Incorporates changes in the Bankruptcy Code that were enacted since the first publication More material on topics that students find difficult, such as classification of collateral and different methods of perfecting each type
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