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Secured Transactions (LAWS 1777)

Course Info

This course deals with Article 9 of the UCC and other legal and equitable rules relating to the use of personal property as security for debts. Topics covered include creation of a security interest (mortgage), rights and obligations of the debtor (mortgagor) and the secured party (mortgagee), priority of interests in the same property, redemption rights of the debtor, and foreclosure of a security interest by the mortgagee.


Prof. Jesse Wynn

Prof. Jesse Wynn is an associate at Jones Day and former law clerk to Chief Judge Patricia A. Gaughan in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.


The syllabus for your course is available on Canvas.


** No Textbook Required **

Study Aids

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