Errors in the text Page 302, third full

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Errors in the text Page 302, third full paragraph, four lines from the end, James McGinty should be Roger McGuinn. Page 311, problem 17.2a. 9-102(a)(70) should be 9102(a)(71). Problem 18.5. 9.4 should be 9.2. 1 Secured Transactions Assignment 17 Financing Statements The Debtors Name 2 The Big Picture Part One: The Creditor-Debtor Relationship Part Two: The Creditor Third Party Relationship Chapter 6: Perfection Assignment 16: Filing Systems Assignment 17: Financing Statements: The Debtors Name Assignment 18: Financing Statements: Other Information Assignment 19: Exceptions to the filing requirement 3

Communication through the filing system Debtors name Debtors address Collateral description Filer Financing statement Filing system 4 Communication through the filing system Debtors name Debtors address Collateral description Filer Financing statement Filing system

Debtors name Debtors address Collateral description Search request Searcher 5 Communication through the filing system Debtors name Debtors address Collateral description Filer Financing statement Filing system Debtors name Debtors address Collateral description Search request

Searcher 6 System for naming individuals Article 9: No definition of name. 9-521 form: Debtors exact full name. Blacks Law Dictionary: Legal name: A persons full name as recognized in law. A legal name is usually acquired at birth or through a court order. Full name: An individuals personal name, second or middle names or initials (if any), and surname arranged in a customary order. In re Kinderknecht: The debtors legal name, not the debtors nickname. Terrance Joseph Kinderknecht, first paragraph 7 Terrance J. Kinderknecht, third paragraph System for naming individuals The common law: The name by which the debtor is generally known, for nonfraudulent purposes, in the community. Tiger Woods or Eldrick Tont Woods ? Osama Bin Laden or Usama Bin Laden Peoples argues that Cornerstone does not have a security

interest in the cattle because its financing statement did not use Dickerson's legal name. Cornerstone's financing statement identified "Louie Dickerson" as the debtor instead of by his proper legal name, "Brooks L. Dickerson." . . . Peoples was put on inquiry notice that a security interest in the property of "Brooks L. Dickerson" could be listed under the name "Louie Dickerson." Dickerson held himself out to the community as Louie Dickerson, and he used this name in bank accounts, bills of sale, and with others with whom he did business. Peoples Bank v. Bryan Bros. (5th Cir. 2007) 8 System for naming individuals Kansas Bankruptcy Court, 2006: [T]he most pragmatic approach for the courts is to employ a legal name standard for individual debtors. In most cases, the name on the debtor's bankruptcy petition, a driver's license, or Social Security card will be the best evidence of the debtor's legal name. If there is a conflict among these documents, the debtor's birth certificate may be the best evidence. 9 Drivers license safe harbor (a) [Then] A financing statement sufficiently provides the name of the debtor:

(4) subject to subsection (g), if the debtor is an individual to whom this State has issued a [drivers license] that has not expired, only if it provides the name of the individual which is indicated on the [drivers license]; (5) if the debtor is an individual to whom paragraph (4) does not apply, only if it provides the individual name of the debtor or the surname and first personal name of the debtor; Exact correct legal name: Robert Paul Marshall Drivers license name: Santa Clause Is a filing against Robert Paul Marshall valid? Is a filing against Santa Clause valid? 10 System for naming corporations 2010 Amendments: 9-503(a)(1): The name that is stated to be the registered organizations name on the public organic record most recently filed with or issued . . . by the . . . jurisdiction of organization. 9-102(a)(68): Public organic record means . . . the record initially filed with or issued by a State to form or organize an organization and any record . . . or which amends or restates the initial record. Example: http://kepler.sos.ca.gov/ (Quality Mechanical) http://www.sos.ca.gov/business/pdf/be_ircform.pdf 11

Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9503(a), the name provided does not make the financing statement seriously misleading. 12 Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9503(a), the name provided does not make the financing statement seriously misleading. 13 Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9503(a), the name provided does not make the

financing statement seriously misleading. 14 Standard Search Logic: Corporations (a) No distinction is made between upper and lower case letters. (b) Punctuation marks and accents are disregarded. (c) Words and abbreviations that indicate the existence or nature of an organization are disregarded. (d) The word "the" at the beginning of the search criteria is disregarded. (e) All spaces are disregarded. The John-Ken A. Smith Corporation 15 Standard Search Logic: Corporations (a) No distinction is made between upper and lower case letters. (b) Punctuation marks and accents are disregarded. (c) Words and abbreviations that indicate the existence or nature of an organization are disregarded. (d) The word "the" at the beginning of the search criteria is disregarded. (e) All spaces are disregarded. The John-Ken A. Smith Corporation = JOHNKENASMITH

16 Standard Search Logic: Corporations (a) No distinction is made between upper and lower case letters. (b) Punctuation marks and accents are disregarded. (c) Words and abbreviations that indicate the existence or nature of an organization are disregarded. (d) The word "the" at the beginning of the search criteria is disregarded. (e) All spaces are disregarded. The John-Ken A. Smith Corporation = JOHNKENASMITH John Kena Smith, Incorporated = JOHNKENASMITH 17 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials

Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names 18 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names Request: "John A. Smith Retrieves: Individual debtors with "John" or the initial "J" as first name, "Smith" as last name, and nothing, the initial "A," or any name beginning with "A," as middle name.

19 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names Request: "John A. Smith Retrieves: Individual debtors with "John" or the initial "J" as first name, "Smith" as last name, and nothing, the initial "A," or any name beginning with "A," as middle name. J. A. Smith J. Allen Smith John Smith 20 Standard Search Logic: Individuals

Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names Request: "John Smith Retrieves: All individual debtors with those names, regardless of middle name. 21 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials

Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names Request: "John Smith Retrieves: All individual debtors with those names, regardless of middle name. John Allen Smith John Phillip Smith John P. Smith 22 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names

Request: "John Smith Retrieves: All individual debtors with those names, regardless of middle name. John Allen Smith John Phillip Smith John P. Smith What if the correct name is John Philip Smith, but the filing is against J. Smith? 23 Standard Search Logic: Individuals Name type First and middle Rule Initials are the equivalent of all names that begin with the initials Middle No middle name is the equivalent of all middle names

Request: "John Smith Retrieves: All individual debtors with those names, regardless of middle name. John Allen Smith John Phillip Smith John P. Smith What if the correct name is John Philip Smith, but the filing is against J. Smith? Valid! 24 Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any, would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9-503(a), the name provided does not make the financing statement seriously misleading. Drafters thinking: 1.

Filers and searchers can easily get exact correct names. 25 Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any, would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9-503(a), the name provided does not make the financing statement seriously misleading. Drafters thinking: 1. Filers and searchers can easily get exact correct names. 2. Only a single search is necessary. 26 Name Errors 9-506(c): If a search of the records of the filing office under

the debtors correct name, using the filing offices standard search logic, if any, would disclose a financing statement that fails sufficiently to provide the name of the debtor in accordance with Section 9-503(a), the name provided does not make the financing statement seriously misleading. Drafters thinking: 1. Filers and searchers can easily get exact correct names. 2. Only a single search is necessary. 3. States will soften the system with search logic that overcomes minor errors. 27 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1

Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 Good? No 28 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1 Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 Good? No Yes 29 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name

Name on UCC-1 Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 Good? No Yes No 30 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1 Good? Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa

Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation No Yes No Heartland Corporation Yes Heartland Corp. Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 31 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1 Good? Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa

Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation No Yes No Heartland Corporation Heartland Corp. Yes HeartLand Corporation Heartland Corp. Yes Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 32 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name

Name on UCC-1 Good? Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation No Yes No Heartland Corporation Heartland Corp. Yes HeartLand Corporation The Heartland Corporation Heartland Corp. Heartland Corporation Yes

Yes Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 33 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1 Good? Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation No Yes No Heartland Corporation Heartland Corp.

Yes HeartLand Corporation The Heartland Corporation K.W.M. Electronics Corporation Heartland Corp. Heartland Corporation K W M Electronics Corporation Yes Yes Yes Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 34 Problem 17.1, page 311 Correct name Name on UCC-1 Good?

Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation of Iowa Heartland of Iowa Heartland Corporation Heartland Corporation, an Iowa Corporation No Yes No Heartland Corporation Heartland Corp. Yes HeartLand Corporation The Heartland Corporation K.W.M. Electronics Corporation Heartland Corp. Heartland Corporation K W M Electronics Corporation Yes

Yes Yes Heartland Inc. Hartland Inc. No Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 35 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name Last John Phillip Smith IV Smith First John Middle Sfx Good? Sanchez- Ed Garcia

Sanchez Garcia Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 36 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name Last John Phillip Smith IV Smith First John Middle Sfx Good? Yes? Sanchez- Ed Garcia Sanchez Garcia

Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 37 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name Last John Phillip Smith IV Smith John Phillip Smith IV Smith First John John Middle Philip Sfx Good? Yes? IV Sanchez- Ed Garcia

Sanchez Garcia Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 38 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name Last John Phillip Smith IV Smith John Phillip Smith IV Smith First John John Middle Philip Sfx Good? Yes? IV No Sanchez- Ed

Garcia Sanchez Garcia Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 39 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Last Smith Smith Smith First John John J.

Middle Philip Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Sanchez- Ed Garcia Sanchez Garcia Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 40 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV

Last Smith Smith Smith First John John J. Middle Philip Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Sanchez- Ed Garcia Sanchez Garcia Ed

Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 41 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny First John John J. R. Middle Philip

Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Don Sanchez- Ed Garcia Sanchez Garcia Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 42 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny

Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny First John John J. R. Middle Philip Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Sanchez- Ed Garcia Sanchez Garcia

Ed Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 43 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John

J. R. Robert Ed Sanchez Garcia Ed Middle Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 44

Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Sanchez Garcia

Ed Middle Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 45 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia

Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Sanchez Garcia Ed Middle Philip Don Don

Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 46 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny

SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Sanchez Garcia Ed Middle Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Yes

Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 47 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J.

R. Robert Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Garcia Ed Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes

Yes Mr. Yes? Yes Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 48 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First

John John J. R. Robert Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Garcia Ed Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed Philip Don Don Sfx Good?

Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Yes No? Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 49 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny

McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia Garcia Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed Ed Ed Sanchez

Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Yes No? Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 50 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia

Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia Garcia Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed

Ed Ed Sanchez Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Yes No? No? Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 51 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV

John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia

Garcia Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed Ed Ed Sanchez Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes Yes Mr. Yes? Yes No? No? Assume driver license name is the correct name

Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 52 Problem 17.1, page 311 Driver license name John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV John Phillip Smith IV Robert Don McErny Robert Don McErny Ed Sanchez-Garcia Last Smith Smith Smith Mc Erny McErny SanchezGarcia First John John J. R. Robert

Ed Middle Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia Ed Sanchez-Garcia Garcia Sanchez Sanchez Garcia Ed Ed Ed Sanchez Philip Don Don Sfx Good? Yes? IV No IV Yes

Yes Mr. Yes? Yes No? No? Yes Assume driver license name is the correct name Standard search logic is in effect, page 310 53 Problem 17.2.a, page 311 Bob Lee: How do we determine what name to search under? Ask for his driver's license; search in the name on it. Ask if he had a different name on earlier licenses? (Name changes is a later assignment) What name do we file under? Drivers license name. 54 Problem 17.2.a, page 311 Description of collateral: equipment, inventory, and accounts receivable. How do you search on Lee Leasing?

Almost certainly a trade name. You need the legal name. You find Lee Leasing, Inc. How do you know this is Bobs corporation? 55 56 Problem 17.2.a, page 311 Description of collateral: equipment, inventory, and accounts receivable. How do you search on Lee Leasing? Almost certainly a trade name. You need the legal name. You find Lee Leasing, Inc. How do you know this is Bobs corporation? Search the public record. Address? Agent for service? How do you know that Lee Leasing, Inc. owns the collateral? What if Hidden Assets Corp. owns it? Documents showing collateral sold to Lee Leasing, Inc. 57 Problem 17.2.b, page 311 Bob borrows the money and agrees to repay it. Lee Leasing owns the collateral and does not agree to repay the loan. Which is the debtor, whose name goes on the financing statement?

9-102(a)(28). Debtor means a person having an interest . . . in the collateral, whether or not the person is an obligor. Lee Leasing is the debtor. Bob is the obligor. 58 Problem 17.3, page 312 Which alternative 9-503(4) is better and why? A financing statement sufficiently provides the name of the debtor: Alternative A: If debtor has a drivers license, the name on the drivers license. If not, the individual name of the debtor or the surname and first personal name of the debtor. Alternative B: 1. The individual name of the debtor 2. The surname and first personal name of the debtor, or 3. The name on the drivers license. 59 As of dates 1. A filing is effective when filing office receives it. 9-516(a) 2. Filing officer has two days to index it, 9-519(h), and may take longer. 3. Wont show up on a search until indexed. Database

Basket Filing Office 60 As of dates 1. A filing is effective when filing office receives it. 9-516(a) 2. Filing officer has two days to index it, 9-519(h), and may take longer. 3. Wont show up on a search until indexed. Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Basket Filing Office 61 As of dates 1. A filing is effective when filing office receives it. 9-516(a) 2. Filing officer has two days to index it, 9-519(h), and may take longer. 3. Wont show up on a search until indexed. Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Nov. 3

11:13 am Basket Filing Office 62 As of dates 1. A filing is effective when filing office receives it. 9-516(a) 2. Filing officer has two days to index it, 9-519(h), and may take longer. 3. Wont show up on a search until indexed. Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Nov. 3 11:13 am Over-thecounter filings Basket Filing Office 63 As of dates

1. A filing is effective when filing office receives it. 9-516(a) 2. Filing officer has two days to index it, 9-519(h), and may take longer. 3. Wont show up on a search until indexed. Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Nov. 3 11:13 am Over-thecounter filings Basket Nov. 9 Filing Office 64 As of dates Electronic filing Nov. 3 Nov. 1 Mail filings Database

Nov. 3 11:13 am Over-thecounter filings Basket Nov. 9 Filing Office 65 As of dates Nov. 10: These are all valid filings on record as of Nov. 3, 2010. Electronic filing Search report Nov. 3 Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Nov. 3

11:13 am Over-thecounter filings Basket Nov. 9 Filing Office 66 As of dates Cant report Nov. 4 until all filings on Nov. 4 are in the database Electronic filing Search report Nov. 3 Nov. 1 Mail filings Database Nov. 3 11:13 am

Over-thecounter filings Basket Nov. 9 Filing Office 67 As of dates Search requests: 9-523(c)(1). The filing office shall communicate . . . to any person who requests it: (1) Whether there is on file on a date and time specified by the filing office, but not a date earlier than three business days before the filing office receives the request, any financing statement that . . . designates a particular debtor . . . . 68 As of dates Search requests: 9-523(c)(1). The filing office shall communicate . . . to any person who requests it: (1) Whether there is on file [as of] a date and time specified by the filing office, but not a date earlier than three business days before the filing office receives the request, any financing

statement that . . . designates a particular debtor . . . . 69 Problem 17.4, page 312 Global Bank Secured loan Argon Asset sale Tang70 Problem 17.4, page 312 Closing Now 1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what order? Global Bank Secured loan Argon Asset sale Tang71 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now 1 Closing

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what order? Global File Bank Secured loan Argon Asset sale Tang72

Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now Closing Indexing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what

order? Global File Bank Wait two days for indexing Secured loan Argon Asset sale Tang73 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now Closing Indexing 1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what order? Global File Bank Wait two days for indexing Secured As of date will include 1 loan Argon Asset sale Tang74 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now

1 Request Indexing 2 3 4 5 Closing 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what order? Global File Bank Wait two days for indexing

Secured As of date will include 1 loan Search Argon Asset Tang75 sale Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now 1 Request Report Indexing 2 3 4 5 6 7

Closing 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 a. Assuming SOS compliance, what do you do and in what order? Global File Bank Wait two days for indexing Secured As of date will include 1 loan Search Argon Asset Tang76 sale Problem 17.4, page 312 Closing Now 1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 b. Assuming our filing will remain the basket 14 days, what do you do and in what order? 77 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now Closing Indexing

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 b. Assuming our filing will remain the basket 14 days, what do you do and in what order? File Wait for indexing Search 78 Problem 17.4, page 312 File

Now Closing Indexing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 b. Assuming our filing will remain the basket 14 days, what do you do and in what order? File Wait for indexing. When should we make a request?

Search 79 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now Request Closing Indexing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 b. Assuming our filing will remain the basket 14 days, what do you do and in what order? File Wait for indexing. When should we make a request? Search 80 Problem 17.4, page 312 File Now Request Closing Indexing 1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 b. Assuming our filing will remain the basket 14 days, what do you do and in what order? File Wait for indexing. When should we make a request? Search Expedited searching 81

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