These include securities (equities, bonds), securities accounts, property accounts and commodity contracts. Single Code of Trade, Section 9-102 (a) (49). Titles may be certified (presented by a certificate) or not certified (not represented by a certificate). Single Code of Trade, Section 8-102 (a) (4) and a) (18). When a new debtor is bound as a debtor by a guarantee contract entered into by another person, Chattel is another word for the goods. Chatl`s paper is a data set (paper or electronic) that shows both „a monetary obligation and a security interest either for certain assets or for a lease for certain assets.“ Single Code of Trade, Section 9-102 (11). Paper is a valuable asset and can be used as collateral. For example, Creditor Car Company David Debtor sells a car and withdraws a note and a safety agreement (it`s a sale money security agreement; the note and safety agreement is Chatl`s paper). Chatl`s paper is not yet collateral; it`s the automobile. Creditor Car Company purchases a new hydraulic elevator from Lift Co. and gives Lift Co.
a safety interest in The Debtors Chatl paper to safeguard Creditor Car`s debts from Lift Co. Chatl`s paper is now collateral. The chattel paper can be tangible (real paper) or electronic. Again, the debtor is usually the debtor, but let us take example 3 of the same official comment: „Behnfeldt borrows money on an unsecured basis. Bruno signed the note and placed an interest in the safety of his Honda in order to ensure his commitment. Since Behnfeldt does not have a real estate interest in Honda, Behnfeldt is not a debtor. After granting the guarantee, Bruno is the debtor. Behnfeldt being a major debt, it is not a secondary debt.
Whatever the result of defending the security interests against the Hondas or Bruno`s obligation, Bruno will look at Behnfeldt for his losses. Implementation does not affect Behnfeldt`s overall commitments. (2) Another agreement is not necessary to enforce a security interest in the property. Guarantee interest on purchase moneyThe security held by the security seller to guarantee payment of all or part of the price. (PMSI) is the simplest form of security interests. In Section 9-103 (a) UCC, „purchase guarantees“ are defined as „products or software that guarantee a requirement to purchase these assets.“ A PMSI is created when the debtor receives credits to purchase property and the creditor acquires a guaranteed interest in those products. Suppose you want to buy a large credit textbook in your college bookstore. The manager refuses to extend your creditworthiness, but says she will take over a PMSI. In other words, it will keep a security interest in the book itself, and if you don`t pay, you have to return the book; She`ll be recognised. Compare this situation to a counter-offer you could make: because it tells you not to mark the book (if it has to recover it in case of default), you`d better give it other guarantees that you can hold – for example, your gold seal ring for university.
Their interest in ring safety is not a PMSI, but a pledge; PMSI must have an interest in the goods purchased. A PMSI would also be created if you lend money to buy the book and gave the lender a security interest in the book. Camp is more frequent. The camp can accept one of the two forms. An independent company can visit the site and set up a temporary structure, such as a fence around copper. B, which allows physical control over warranties to be introduced.