Under Article 9, paragraph 9-505, paragraph 1, collateral that were guaranteed parties for consumer goods was required to surrender collateral in cases where debtors constituted substantial equity. The mandatory predisposition of consumer goods continues under the new sections 9-620 (e), f) and g). Therefore, acceptance of debt satisfaction is not always an option, and if it is an option, there are rigid procedures that must be followed. (2) within a longer period agreed between the debtor and all debtors in an agreement accordingly. With respect to the full or partial satisfaction of the debt, the debtor (and other parties participating in the guarantee) cannot be fully or partially satisfied, even if the insured party does not meet all the conditions of acceptance, unless there is a proposal for acceptance. See In re Cadiz Properties, Inc., 278 B.R. 105 (ND Tex. 2002). 9. Applicability of the Other Law. This section does not provide for the regulation of all aspects of the transaction that allow an insured party to become the owner of security previously held by the debtor. For example, the adoption of a motor vehicle by a safe party may require compliance with applicable vehicle title law.
State legislators should abide by these laws in such a way that they fit well with this section and section 9-610, and the courts should establish these laws and section in a harmonious manner. The acceptance of security held by the debtor by an insured party may also result in statutes that deal with a seller`s reserve of ownership over goods sold. (1) the debtor accepts the acceptance referred to in point c); (B) any other person, on the issue of the debtor, who holds a shareholding in the collateral subject to the guarantees that are the subject of the proposal; There is no protection for the parties insured in the acceptance procedures against delays in obtaining information from the depositing bodies, as they are granted to the guaranteed parties in disposition situations in accordance with the new section 9-611 (e). On the other hand, under the new section 9-621, point b), the insured can only send a notification to a guarantor (secondary debtor) in the event of a partial order. As we have seen in Chapter 33 (options for a secure party to the standard), a secure party has two options in section 9 in the event of a late payment to enforce the security interest. The provision option was thoroughly reviewed in Chapter 35 (Elimination of Collateral for the Payment of Guaranteed Debt). The other option is maintenance or, as the new article 9 says, acceptance for debt satisfaction. Full or partial debt satisfaction implies strict compliance with the rules of Article 9, when a total or partial reduction is allowed and how the receipt is to take place.