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Problems and Materials on Payment Law [Connected eBook with Study Center] (Aspen Casebook)

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Clear, lucid, and extremely accessible, Problems and Materials on Payment Law, Eleventh Editionhelps students understand black letter law and the statutory language in the Uniform Commercial Code, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, and the Expedited Funds Availability Act. Offering a sensible, flexible organization, the text follows the order of UCC Articles 3, 4, 4A, and 8, and is adaptable to many teaching styles. Drawing on experience in both teaching and writing, the authors provide thorough and practical coverage using a popular problems approach. The text’s effective format, manageable length, and inclusion of the most important cases make Problems and Materials on Payment Law a highly teachable book.

New to the Eleventh Edition:

Updated rules on check imaging and collection are covered in some detail.

New cases, including DZ Bank AG Deutche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank v. McCranie; Majestic Building Maintenance, Inc. v. Huntington Bancshares Inc.; Wesseling v. Brackmann; Auto Sision, Inc. v. Wells Fargo; Peter E. Shapiro P.A. v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; Knop v. Knop; and Cheatham I.R.A. v. Huntington National Bank

Additional and expanded problems

Professors and students will benefit from:

Thorough and up-to-date coverage, including the Electronic Funds Transfer Act and Expedited Funds Transfer Act

Flexible organization—adaptable to many different teaching styles or custom projects

Multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter—with analysis for each answer, so students can evaluate why the “right” choice works best

Basic intro to the UCC for students who are unfamiliar with it, especially as it relates to payment law

Popular “Problems” approach—is easy for students to utilize when studying, and facilitates better in-classroom understanding during discussions