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Standby Letters of Credit: Review and Update
(Uniform Commercial Code Law Journal, 1991)
This article serves as a review and an update for those who are not engaged in international trade but who find standby credits of increasing significance in various transactions. The author discusses the sources of law ...
(SMU Law Review, 1995)
This Article discusses selected cases reported during the 1995 Survey period involving issues arising under the Uniform Commercial Code adopted in Texas as the Texas Business and Commerce Code. Possible revisions of ...
(SMU Law Review, 1993)
This Article discusses cases arising under the Texas Business and Commerce Code during the 1992 Survey period as well as some cases of a similar nature arising under other statutes or at common law. Because of the ...
(SMU Law Review, 1998)
Although 1997 was a legislative year only a few changes were made in the text of the Texas Uniform Commercial Code. In the litigation arena, cases involving the sale of goods accounted for almost one-half of the decisions ...
(Southwestern Law Journal, 1991)
Beginning last year the subject of the Commercial Transactions article was revised to better reflect the significant impact of bank insolvency cases on commercial issues. The revision took the form of a separate article ...
Vernon’s Texas Code Forms Annotated. Uniform Commercial Code Forms, 3d ed.
(West Publishing Co., 1997)
Contains General Comments explaining the form and its application. Includes coverage of all the recent major revisions of the Texas Business and Commerce Code including leases, commercial paper, bank deposits and collections, ...
The 1993 Survey period was somewhat unusual in terms of the distribution of reported cases. Commercial paper and guaranty cases not only predominated, but almost equaled the number of cases reported under all other Chapters ...
(Southwestern Law Journal, 1990)
The 1989 Survey period was an active one in commercial litigation. This Article discusses cases decided during the Survey period under the Uniform Commercial Code adopted in Texas as the Texas Business and Commerce Code ...
(SMU Law Review, 1999)
Professor Krahmer reviews the most important cases resolved under the Uniform Commercial Code in 1998.
(SMU Law Review, 1996)
The Texas Legislature emerged as the major player in the area of commercial law during the 1995 Survey period. The last legislative session marked not only the thirtieth anniversary of the first adoption of the Uniform ...