Is your collateral worth the paper it is?

Nation III, George
February 1989
ABA Banking Journal;Feb89, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p42
Reports the effects of variable-rate loan provisions on financial instruments in the U.S. Problems on variable-rate instruments; Significance of the holder in due course status; Requirements for negotiability of instruments.


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