Perfected Security Interest

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Collateral 101: Perfecting Security Interests in Common and Uncommon Collateral

As most people (at least in the banking world) know, a security interest is the granting of an interest in property to secure obligations, usually loan debt. If the borrower defaults under its obligations, the bank can...more

The potential impact of the LMEshield initiative on base metals warehouse financing structures

Parties to warehouse financing structures using LMEshield warehouses will need to revisit their familiarity and assumptions regarding the methods for taking and perfecting security over metal stored in warehouses and over...more

Texas Supreme Court Holds that Individual Beneficiary Had Standing to Bring a Legal Malpractice Claim Involving a Loan From an...

On May 27, 2016, the Texas Supreme Court held that an individual beneficiary of a self-directed retirement account managed by a corporate trustee had standing to bring legal malpractice claims against a law firm based on...more

Italian Floating Charge Over Movable Assets

Law Decree No. 59 of 3 May 2016 introduced a new and long-awaited security instrument in the Italian legal framework: a floating charge over movable assets. The new security called "pegno non possessorio" is meant to...more

Deposit Account Control Agreements. Who Needs Em?

You just got your committee approvals for a new relation. It is a borrower you have been after for some time. Approvals are fairly standard and call for a secured credit facility with a priority all business asset lien....more

Reserve-based lending in Nigeria

2015 was a relatively active year for financing transactions in Nigeria's oil and gas sector. As well as facilities to fund the development of oil and gas assets, a significant number of facilities were provided to Nigerian...more

Dot Your “I”s and Cross your “T”s: When It Comes to Perfecting Your Security Interest

It always starts so easy. Borrower comes in and wants to borrow money. Lenders want some form of collateral to secure (potentially) a loan and the Borrower happily agrees to provide, or pledge, collateral to secure a loan. ...more

Ontario PPSA Amendments – Is there greater harmony with the UCC?

At the end of last year, I received bulletins from Ontario law firms alerting that the amendments to the Ontario Personal Property Security Act (“PPSA”) changing the definition of the “location” of the debtor in the PPSA...more

Burr Alert: Garnishee Bank's "Defenses" Trumped?

Cases decided recently in Florida and Illinois call into question one legal rule that some might have thought well-settled: a first-perfected security interest in collateral beats a later-perfected lien creditor's interest in...more

US Equipment Leasing and Finance Legal Update – January 2016

Welcome to the inaugural issue of JMBM’s US Equipment Leasing and Finance Legal Update. My goal is to alert our clients and friends of legal developments that may affect their equipment leasing and finance transactions in the...more

Taking a Security Interest in Insurance

How many of your business and corporate customers carry business interruption insurance? For those that do, what steps, if any, have you taken when extending credit to obtain a security interest in the borrower’s business...more

The Cape Town Convention in the UK: Effective 1 November 2015

Following accession to the Cape Town Convention1 by the UK on 27 July 2015, the International Interests in Aircraft Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”) will enter into force on 1 November...more

CR&B Alert: Commercial Restructuring & Bankrtupcy News - October 2015, No. 3

Welcome to the October 2015 issue of the CR&B Alert, the newsletter produced by Reed Smith's Commercial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group. Readers who wish to print and read the newsletter in its entirety may do so by...more

Recent Case Offers Insight Into the Protection of Security Interests

The failure to perfect a security interest could result in losing property rights altogether despite being the unqualified owner of the property. A very recent example of this is the case of Wells Fargo Foothill Canada ULC v...more

Avoiding the Fire Sale: Protecting Your Security Interest Against Multiple Creditor Claims

The failure to perfect a security interest could result in losing property rights altogether in receivership proceedings despite being the owner of the property. A very recent example of this is the case of Wells Fargo...more

Mistaken Date Reference in Security Agreement Costs Bank its Lien Priority

It’s a common occurrence – a mortgagor or grantor signs the security instrument a day or two in advance of the loan, or perhaps a note is re-signed a couple of days after closing to correct an error in the original note....more

Lenders’ New Right to Redeem after Nevada HOA Foreclosure Sales

Beginning October 1, 2015, lenders in Nevada will have a much-needed right to redeem properties sold at homeowners association (HOA) foreclosure sales for pennies on the dollar. Specifically, lenders and homeowners will have...more

Nevada HOA Super-Priority Lien Statute Preempted by Federal Law, Holds U.S. District Court

On Monday, the U.S. District Court for Nevada issued significant decisions in three cases, holding that a foreclosure on a Nevada HOA’s super-priority lien could not extinguish a deed of trust securing a debt owned by a...more

Notice Me: The New Notice Requirements for HOA Lien Foreclosures in Nevada

In a previous blog post, we reported on Senate Bill 306, passed by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval on May 28, 2015. The legislation redresses the substantial harm caused by SFR Investments Pool 1, LLC v. U.S. Bank, N.A. In SFR...more

Bonding off a Private Mechanic’s Lien In Kentucky

In my previous post, I discussed the basics of filing a private mechanic’s lien in Kentucky. Today, the subject will turn to the release of a private mechanic’s lien by execution of a bond. Execution of a bond for release of...more

Foreclosure Sales: When Is the “Deed” Done?

In re Betchan, 524 B.R. 830 (Bankr. E.D. Wash. 2015) – A mortgagee was the highest bidder at a foreclosure sale that took place shortly before the debtor filed bankruptcy. The lender requested relief from the...more

Security Interests in Intellectual Property

As collateral for a loan, lenders are accustomed to obtaining a security interest in the property of the borrower. Such property usually includes tangible assets of the borrower such as real estate, machinery and other...more

OMG! – A Simple Error in Preparing a UCC-3 Termination Statement May Result in the Loss of a $1.5 Billion Lien

The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a secured creditor’s $1.5 billion security interest was invalidated due to an error in the preparation of its UCC-3 termination statement. A disastrous result which...more

Second Circuit to Lenders: Get Your UCC Filings Right

On January 21, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued an opinion regarding a mistaken UCC-3 termination statement that all loan market participants should consider carefully. The Second Circuit held...more

Second Circuit Rules Unintended UCC Termination Statement Was Authorized

When terminating a financing statement, it is necessary to be certain that other financing statements are not unintentionally released, according to an opinion last week of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. The effect of...more

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