The Uniform Commercial Code in its treatment of personal property security represents a sincere and conscious effort on the part of its draftsmen, authors and sponsors to update and modernize commercial law so as to be able to keep abreast of today's space-age economy. It is submitted that once a familiarity with the new terms,concepts, and theories is acquired, the average practitioner should not encounter any serious difficulty operating under the Uniform Commercial Code and will, in all probability, discover that in most instances the ideas are the same, although perhaps a little hard to recognize at first examination.
Charles H. White,
Tennessee Law and the Secured Transactions Article of the Uniform Commercial Code,
17 Vanderbilt Law Review
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