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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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Article nine, section nine of the constitution says the state may issue long-term debt only to finance "specific purposes" if approved by three-fifths of the legislature or by popular referendum.
According to Article nine of the UAE Federal Law for 2018, beggars can face jail of up to three months and a Dh5,000 fine.
Article Nine of the Japanese Constitution prevents the nation from waging war, but doesn't place limits on the size or lethality of its Self-Defense Force, Smith points out.
It covers contracts for the sale of goods: Article Two, secured transactions: Article Nine, and negotiable instruments: Articles Three and Four.
He is proposing to add a clause to Article Nine, which bans the use of force in settling international disputes, to explicitly permit the existence of Japan's military, now called the Self-Defence Force.
One big, specific measure Abe wishes to push for is abolition of Article Nine. This is the clause in Japan's postwar constitution which constrains the country's military to a strictly defensive role rather than a conventional army, and has meant that defense spending has most often remained below 1 percent of GDP.
Article nine of the law stipulated that security authorities have the right to view the data of these companies' users at any time.
Drawing on a wide range of sources in English and Japanese, Hunter-Chester guides the reader through the protracted debates that resulted in Article Nine of the Japanese constitution in which the nation renounced not only war but the means to prosecute it.
Taqi, addressing UNIDO's annual conference, said SDGs' implementation required creative and collective methods, with a special emphasis on Article Nine regarding industry, creativity and infrastructure.
Article nine of the agreement stipulates that the chartered accountants shall set their fees in agreement with the client.
Article nine of the Declaration states that No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
Bush before him, is pressuring Japan to eliminate the pacifistic Article Nine from the Japanese Constitution.