Washington Law Review
Security Transactions—Mortgage on Shifting Stock of Merchandise—Mortgagor's Duty to Account
Washington businessmen using mortgages on shifting stocks of merchandise as a security arrangement received encouragement from United States Rubber Co. v. Young, that more liberal agreements and procedures may be allowed. However, by failing to expressly overrule certain prior judicial restrictions on the use of this type of security, the Washington Supreme Court has left some unnecessary confusion to be resolved in the future.
John E. Iverson,
Washington Case Law,
Security Transactions—Mortgage on Shifting Stock of Merchandise—Mortgagor's Duty to Account,
37 Wash. L. Rev.
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