The Article 9 Short Sale – 2

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– The Article Nine Short Sale Is part of the Uniform Commercial Code, Which is adapted all
across the United States, And regulates the flow
of goods and services Between businesses. The UCC is a form of lien on
any type of business property. And what the Article Nine Short Sale does, Is it allows the first-position creditor To liquidate its collateral Without having to go through the expensive And timely litigation process That would otherwise be required, By simply sending a notice
to subordinate creditors, Notifying them tha they
are selling the assets That are their collateral,
in a private sale. It gives subordinate
creditors a period of time In which to respond, And if they would like to, Pay off the first-position creditor So that they can take over first position. Short of that happening, which seldom does In the distressed space,
the assets transfer Free and clear at the end of
the 10-day noticing period, Over to whoever the purchaser is, Under the Article Nine transaction.

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