Chapter 18 slides (for students)

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Chapter 18 Material covered in class: SECURED TRANSACTIONS (pp 659-664) (and you may skip “inventory financing”). Material covered outside of class: Consumer-related Issues Bankruptcy Slides w/ specifics about these two topics are posted in a Blackboard announcement
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Chapter 18: Consumer-Related Issues section (what to know) Borrowers / debtors have a right to be told how much they will pay for credit Borrowers / debtors may not be “discriminated” against Creditors may not harass or intimidate debtors when attempting to collect on a debt That’s all you need to know from this section (not specific titles of the many statutes)
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Chapter 18 – Bankruptcy section (what to know) Three types (who may file) Filing petition / automatic stay Bankruptcy estate / exemptions (but not $ $ amounts) Discharge (including examples of debts that cannot be discharged)
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Secured transactions – major terms Security interest / agreement Collateral Attachment Perfection Priority Purchase Money Security Interest (PMSI) Repossession
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Joe owns an 18’ sailboat worth $5000.
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