Legal notes

May 1998
Secured Lender;May/Jun98, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p83
Trade Publication
Presents information pertaining to legal procedures in the United States. Information on the satisfaction of state law perfection requirements; Details on a ruling by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals against administrative creditors position to requisite standing to invoke the charging lien exception of section 506(c) of the Bankruptcy Code; Information a court case relating to guarantor and debtor settlement.


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