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Professor Margit Livingston on Priority Between Accounts Financers and Lien Creditors Under U.C.C. Article 9

If a secured party properly perfects its security interest by filing a financing statement in the appropriate public office, it can normally be assured that it will prevail over a lien creditor (including the trustee in bankruptcy) in a fight over the debtor's accounts. In a recent bankruptcy...

Professor Margit Livingston on Article 9 Secured Parties vs. Lien Creditors Post-Default

Excerpt: Secured parties under U.C.C. Article 9 have a love-hate relationship with the cash proceeds of their collateral. On the one hand, a security interest in original collateral (inventory or accounts, for example) will remain attached and perfected in all identifiable cash proceeds of that collateral...