U.C.C. Section 9-310, the Certificate of Title Act, and the Artisan's Lien: Three Act Play Or Three Ring Circus

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Major, Mark W.
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1978
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INTRODUCTION|A frequent transaction in the commercial world is the purchase of a motor vehicle under the terms of an agreement whereby the seller or financer retains a security interest in the motor vehicle. The Uniform Commercial Code provides that, unless otherwise agreed, a secured party has on default the right to take possession of property, or collateral, which is subject to a security interest. Should a repairman perform work on the vehicle during the period in which payments are still being made on it, the repairman will also have an interest in the vehicle. This is so because the Nebraska artisan's lien statute gives the repairman the right to retain possession of the vehicle until he is paid for his services...
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11 Creighton L. Rev. 947 (1977-1978)
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Creighton University School of Law
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