Secured and Unsecured Transactions
Generally, a secured transaction is a loan or other form of credit transaction in which the lender acquires a secured interest in collateral owned by the borrower and is entitled to foreclose on or repossess the collateral in the event of the borrower's default. The terms of the relationship are usually governed by a loan agreement and a security agreement.
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- Fraudulent conveyances and preferential transactions
- Structuring debtor-in-possession lending transactions