Aspen Publishing

Emanuel Law Outlines for Secured Transactions, Third Edition

Nathalie Martin, Frederick M. Hart


  • ISBN: 9781543805918

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  • Description

    The most trusted name in law school outlines, Emanuel® Law Outlines support your class preparation, provide reference for your outline creation, and supply a comprehensive breakdown of topic matter for your entire study process. Ever since Steve Emanuel wrote the first version while a law school student at Harvard, Emanuel® Law Outlines have been relied on by generations of law students. Each title includes both capsule and detailed outline-format explanations and discussions of the critical issues, key topics, and cases you must know to master the course. Also included are exam questions with model answers, an alphabetical list of cases, and a table correlating the Emanuel® Law Outline to the leading casebooks. 

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    Emanuel® Law Outlines: 

    • #1 outline choice among law students 
    • Comprehensive review of all major topics 
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    This Secured Transactions Emanuel® Law Outline study aid presents a clear explanation of the material covered in secured transactions or secured credit upper-level law school courses. The outline is filled with easy-to-understand examples and contains a capsule summary. It explains the pertinent terms and all applicable U.C.C. Article 9 rules. This outline also contains three different formats of practice exams, essay questions, true-false questions, and short answer questions. The outline also contains a table of cases, a table of references to the U.C.C., and an index. 


    New to The Third Edition: 

    This Third Edition of the Secured Transactions Emanuel® Law Outline contains 

    • Updated case summaries 
    • Updates to statutory revisions 
    • Modifications based upon National legal trends in commercial transitions 
    • New drafting tips for security agreements