Book
vii, 81 p. ; 24 cm.
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Book
3 volumes ; 26 cm
  • Volume 1. Alabama through Iowa
  • Volume 2. Kansas through North Dakota
  • Volume 3. Ohio through Wyoming.
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4. The portable UCC [2012]

Book
xii, 396 p. ; 22 cm.
  • General provisions
  • Article 2 : sales
  • Article 2a : leases
  • Article 3 : negotiable instruments
  • Article 4 : bank deposits and collections
  • Article 4a : funds transfers
  • Article 5 : letters of credit
  • Article 6 : repealer of article 6: bulk transfers and [revised] Article 6 : bulk sales
  • Article 7 : documents of title
  • Article 8 : investment securities
  • Article 9 : secured transactions.
Did you know that current changes to Article 2 and 2A of the UCC revert back to the pre-2003 versions? Are you familiar with the 2010 amendments to Article 9? This updated and expanded fifth edition of The Portable UCC contains the most up-to-date official text of the Uniform Commercial Code. * the 2008 amendment to Article 1 * the 2010 amendments to Article 9 * the "resurrected" versions of Articles 2 (1995) and 2A (1990), as amended subsequently but not including the 2003 and 2004 amendments * the 2012 amendment to Section 4A-108 * an expanded and easy to use index. This is an essential guide that will keep law students, lawyers, bankers/loan officers, and others on top of the many changes.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781616329990 20160614
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Book
pages 779-1198 ; 26 cm
  • Introduction / Gary S. Gildin and Jamison Colburn
  • Path dependence and the external constraints on independent state constitutionalism / Lawrence Friedman
  • Some thoughts about state constitutional interpretation / Jack L. Landau
  • Redressing deprivations of rights secured by state constitutions outside the shadow of the Supreme Court's constitutional remedies jurisprudence / Gary S. Gildin
  • State courts and constitutional socio-economic rights : exploring the underutilization thesis / Helen Hershkoff and Stephen Loffredo
  • Judicial federalism and the challenges of state constitutional contestation / Robert A. Schapiro
  • State constitutional amendment processes and the safeguards of American federalism / John Dinan
  • What state constitutional law can tell us about the federal constitution / Joseph Blocher
  • Human rights treaties in state courts : the international prospects of state constitutionalism after Medellín / Johanna Kalb
  • Change that matters : an essay on state constitutional development / Daniel B. Rodriguez
  • Constitutional revision : are seriatim amendments or constitutional conventions the better way to amend a state constitution? / Ann M. Lousin
  • Teaching and researching comparative subnational constitutional law / Robert F. Williams
  • Explaining sub-national constitutional space / G. Alan Tarr
  • Models of subnational constitutionalism / Jonathan L. Marshfield.
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Book
lii, 1530 p. ; 26 cm.
  • 2001 revision of Article 1
  • Scope of Article 2, and offer, acceptance, and consideration thereunder
  • Statute of frauds and parol evidence rule
  • Terms of the contract (including the law of tender, excuse, and title transfer (2-403)
  • Unconscionabilty
  • Risk of loss
  • Buyer's remedies for repudiation, for nondelivery and for failure to deliver conforming goods (which the buyer refused to keep)
  • Seller's remedies
  • Buyer's rejection or revocation of acceptance, and seller's right to cure
  • Warranty
  • Damages for breach of warranty
  • Defenses to warranty actions
  • Disclaimers of warranty liability and modification of buyer's remedies
  • The negotiable instrument
  • The holder in due course
  • Basic liability arising from stolen instruments and forged signatures
  • Reallocation of loss because of fault
  • NSF checks, documentary drafts, and forged checks : liability of payors and of collecting banks, final payment, delay
  • The payor bank and its customer
  • Electronic funds transfers
  • Letters of credit
  • Scope of article 9
  • Creation and perfection of enforceable Article 9 interests
  • The bankruptcy trustee vs. the Article 9 claimant
  • Priority conflicts
  • Default and its consequences.
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Book
3 v. ; 27 cm.
  • V. 1. Alabama through Iowa
  • v. 2. Kansas through North Dakota
  • v. 3. Ohio through Wyoming.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
v. (loose-leaf) ; 25 cm. + CD-ROM.
  • v. 1. General provisions ; Incorporation ; Purposes and powers ; Name ; Office and agent ; Shares and distributions
  • v. 2. Shareholders ; Directors and officers
  • v. 3. Domestication and conversion ; Amendment of articles of incorporation and bylaws ; Mergers and share exchanges ; Disposition of assets ; Appraisal rights ; Dissolution
  • v. 4. Foreign corporations ; Records and reports ; Transition provisions.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xiii, 388 p. : form ; 23 cm.
  • Overview and context of state antitrust enforcement
  • Multistate investigations and litigation
  • State antitrust merger enforcement
  • State criminal antitrust enforcement
  • State antitrust enforcement in heath care markets
  • Confidentiality issues
  • Settling state antitrust cases.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
vii, 81 p. : form ; 23 cm.
  • Members of the Working Group-- Introduction-- 1. Voter Registration-- 2. Provisional Ballots-- 3. Statewide Voter Registration Databases-- 4. Voter Identification-- 5. Testing and Certification of Voting Systems-- 6. Early Voting Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870784972 20160527
The 2004 presidential election was the first big test of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA). Enacted in the wake of the deeply flawed 2000 election, the law was passed in an effort both to improve the voting process and to increase voter access. While there were improvements in the voting process in a number of jurisdictions, the ways in which many states carried out the law's mandates produced a number of unintended consequences, resulting in allegations of fraud and voter disenfranchisement. The Century Foundation assembled the Post-2004 Election Working Group to find ways for states to implement future elections in a way that balances ballot integrity with voting rights and accessibility. They make recommendations on how to handle voter registration and identification, provisional ballots, voter registration databases, and felon purges.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870784972 20160527
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Book
vii, 81 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Members of the Working Group-- Introduction-- 1. Voter Registration-- 2. Provisional Ballots-- 3. Statewide Voter Registration Databases-- 4. Voter Identification-- 5. Testing and Certification of Voting Systems-- 6. Early Voting Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870784972 20160527
The 2004 presidential election was the first big test of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA). Enacted in the wake of the deeply flawed 2000 election, the law was passed in an effort both to improve the voting process and to increase voter access. While there were improvements in the voting process in a number of jurisdictions, the ways in which many states carried out the law's mandates produced a number of unintended consequences, resulting in allegations of fraud and voter disenfranchisement. The Century Foundation assembled the Post-2004 Election Working Group to find ways for states to implement future elections in a way that balances ballot integrity with voting rights and accessibility. They make recommendations on how to handle voter registration and identification, provisional ballots, voter registration databases, and felon purges.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870784972 20160527
Green Library
Book
3 v. ; 27 cm.
  • v. 1. Alabama through Iowa
  • v. 2. Kansas through North Carolina
  • v. 3. North Dakota through Wyoming.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
pages 317-625 ; 25 cm
  • Foreword: Continued commitment to state constitutional law / Robert F. Williams
  • Is making state constitutional law through certified questions a good idea or a bad idea? / Randall T. Shepard
  • What goes around comes around : the new relevancy of state constitution religion clauses / Christine M. Durham
  • State jury trials and federalism : constitutionalizing common law concepts / Randy J. Holland
  • How we do it in Massachusetts : an overview of how the Massachusetts Supreme judicial court has interpreted its state constitution to address contemporary legal issues / Roderick L. Ireland
  • A contrast of state and federal court authority to Grant Habeas relief / Laura Denvir Stith
  • A judge's perspective on the use and misuse of history in state constitutional interpretation / Jack L. Landau
  • Equality as a fundamental value in the Indiana constitution / Michael John DeBoer
  • Transcript of February 16, 2004, discussion between Randall T. Shepard, Christine M. Durham, Randy J. Holland, Laura Denvir Stith, and Jack L. Landau--moderated by Robert F. Williams.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
2 v. ; 25 cm.
  • v. 1. AL-MA
  • v. 2. MI-WY.
This revised two-volume set reproduces the easy-to-use, logically-organised format of 'Searching the Law' for each of the 50 US states. Arranged by state and by topic within each state, it features: as complete a list as possible of all the legal research materials available for each state jurisdiction; thousands of citations to the legal literature of each state; materials applicable to more than one topic listed under each topic; repeated listings under each state and topic where they apply; and author, title, publisher, format, and the latest known supplement for each citation. The sets form one of the most comprehensive, logical legal reference sources available.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781571052872 20160527
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Book
xliii, 365 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
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Book
v. (loose-leaf) ; 28 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

17. Uniform commercial code [2002 - ]

Book
v. ; 27 cm.
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Book
xlvii, 1067 p. ; 26 cm.
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Book
xx, 38 p. ; 28 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
2 v. ; 25 cm.
This new two-volume set reproduces the easy-to-use, logically-organized format of "Searching the Law" for each of the 50 US states. Arranged by state and by topic within each state, it features: as complete a list as possible of all the legal research materials available for each state jurisdiction; thousands of citations to the legal literature of each state; materials applicable to more than one topic listed under each topic; repeated listings under each state and topic where they apply; and author, title, publisher, format and the latest known supplement for each citation. "Searching the Law - The States" is the companion text to "Searching the Law". Together the sets form one of the most comprehensive, logical legal reference sources available.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781571051011 20160527
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