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Bankruptcy and Article 9: 2022 Statutory Supplement is offered in two versions. Both are smaller, lighter, and more portable than competing Supplements. Each version includes: UCC Article 1, UCC Article 9, key excerpts from UCC Article 2 and UCC Article 8, Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, Uniform Voidable Transactions Act, Uniform Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title and Anti-Theft Act, Bankruptcy Code, selections from the Bankruptcy Rules Title 18 and Title 28 of the United States Code, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and Federal Tax Lien Act.
This year's Supplements contain numerous changes to the Bankruptcy Code. Notably, many of the amendments from the COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act of 2021 sunsetted and have been removed. The Bankruptcy Code includes a provision for readjustment of certain dollar figures at three-year intervals. All of those amounts changed this year. The changes were effective April 1, 2022.
In the course of a career, the number of state and federal statutes that a serious practitioner of commercial law would likely consult must surely reach into the hundreds. Not many practitioners would try to carry such statutes around, either in books or in their heads. But a few statutes are used over and over. Together, those few form the core of two basic subjects in commercial law, secured transactions and bankruptcy. Those core statutes are reproduced in this slender volume.