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(SMU Law Review, 2010)
Although 2009 was a legislative year, no significant legislative changes were made to the Texas Uniform Commercial Code (the Code). However, several cases of interest were reported during the Survey period. These cases are ...
Texas Commercial Law for General Practitioners: Chapter F (U.C.C. ART. IX - Secured Transactions)
(State Bar of Texas, 1977)
(42 Sw. L.J. 217, 1988)
Three developments suggest that the 1987 Survey period will be remembered as a watershed year in the development of Texas commercial law. First, the Texas Supreme Court created at least two new theories of action in ...
Bankruptcy Law: Provisions of New Chapter 12 Help Stave Off Farm Liquidations
(National Law journal, 1987)
In an attempt to meet the special needs of farmers for a workable reorganization procedure after filing for bankruptcy, Congress amended the Bankruptcy Code in late 1986 to include a new Chapter 12 entitled “Adjustment of ...
Creditors, Consumers and Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code
(University of Toledo Law Review, 1973)
This article provides an in-depth look at Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code and how this primarily commercial statute may have rules and interpretations which can be used advantageously in consumer cases.
(SMU Law Review, 2008)
Although 2007 was a legislative year in Texas, only a handful of amendments were made in the Texas Uniform Commercial Code (the “Code,” or the “Texas UCC”). The most important of these affected only Chapter 9 and are ...
Creditors' Rights in Texas Second Edition Volume I: Chapters 3 & 4
(The State Bar of Texas, 1981)
Professor Krahmer has contributed to the first volume of the second edition of Creditor’s Rights in Texas by writing both Chapters 3 and 4. Chapter 3: Commercial Paper Under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code provides ...
(SMU Law Review, 2007)
Because 2006 was not a legislative year in Texas, there were no statutory changes in the Texas Uniform Commercial Code. During the year, most of the cases involved issues arising from the sale of goods under Chapter 2 of ...
(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 Annual Texas Survey, 2016)
This Survey discusses cases decided through the end of 2015. During the last two years, cases dealing with the sale of goods and negotiable instruments under Chapters 2 and 3 predominated, while only a relative few cases ...