It has been said that "fortunately ... experience indicates that the practical importance of . . . [Uniform Commercial Code priority] problems is probably less than their intellectual challenge."' This may be fair warning to eager students, lawyers, and legal scholars. Such warnings, however, are seldom heeded, and pursuits of intellectual challenge are often productive. Constructive analysis of section 9-301(1) (c) and (1) (d) of the Uniform Commercial Code, insofar as they relate to "chattel paper," "accounts," and "contract rights," may prove to be most beneficial.
UCC Section 9-301 (1) and Accounts, Contract Rights, and Chattel Paper: The Non-Existent Priorities,
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