The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute in late 1951 approved The Uniform Commercial Code. A few last-minute changes were made in 1953 and the Code is presumably now in final form. The period of critical appraisal, evaluation, and legislative consideration is at hand. It is the purpose of this article to indicate the Secured Transactions consequences, were the Code enacted in the state of Washington. An effort will also be made to suggest the relative advantages of the Code and the existing law; these suggestions should be received with caution. The reader can and should decide for himself wherein lies the better solution.
Warren L. Shattuck,
Secured Transactions (Other Than Real Estate Mortgages)—A Comparison of the Law in Washington and the Uniform Commercial Code Article 9,
29 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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