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Article 9

The section of the Uniform Commercial Code on collateral. It discusses what collateral can be used, who owns it in the event of default, and the circumstances under which a creditor can take possession of property.
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They said an amendment to article nine of the Tender Board law, relating to board members' rights and authority, had not been called for by the government.
Article nine of the Declaration states that No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
Opponents say the revisions could entangle Japan in US-led conflicts around the globe and violate pacifist Article Nine of the US-drafted, post-war constitution.
He also specializes in out of court workouts, personal property repossession and sales under Article Nine of the Uniform Commercial Code, and real estate foreclosures.
The advocate also added that according to article nine, the protesters cannot be held behind bars for a peaceful protest.
The society is also accused of breaching article nine of its statute and article 12 of the Political Societies Law by appointing an acting secretary-general," read court documents.
Under article nine of the law, all mines and underground riches belonged to the state.
In what he calls more a workbook than a review, Brook provides law students an organized way of working through the various sections, definitions, concepts, and controversies that make up the modern law of secured transactions as rendered in Article Nine of the Uniform Commercial Code.
I found out about interlace through a magazine article nine years ago and the woman I was reading about could well have been me.
Instead CM and Governor, under the article nine of the Constitution, an ordinary man be provided protection, he stressed.
Asahi Shimbun, a major Japanese newspaper, stressed in an editorial on July 19 that Japanese defense policies were based on article nine of the constitution, which stated that "the Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes.