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(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 ...
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 ...
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, 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 ...
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 ...
(SMU Law Review, 2004)
This article discusses case and statutory developments affecting the Uniform Commercial Code as enacted in Texas as part of the Texas Business and Commerce Code (the "Code"). The time period covered by this 2003 Survey ...
(SMU Law Review, 2002)
On July 1, 2001, the law of secured transactions was substantially changed when revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code became effective in Texas and in forty-five other states. While this is the most significant ...
UCC Article 9 Update
This article describes and analyzes selected recent cases decided under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). A few cases decided under other statutes are also included.
(Southwestern Law Journal, 1985)
A number of significant cases were decided in the area of commercial law during the survey period. This Article discusses decisions under the Texas Business and Commerce Code as well as decisions in related areas that ...
(Southwestern Law Journal, 1989)
This Article summarizes developments in Texas commercial law during the 1988 Survey period. Because 1988 was not a legislative year, this Article primarily analyzes Texas case law rather than statutory matters, although ...