Retail Relief: Amend the UCC to End the Filing Requirement to Perfect Consignment Interests
Placing goods on consignment is a common occurrence in retail, but to perfect those goods, consignors are required to file with the UCC and give notice to other secured parties. Many consignors fail to follow this procedure and end up as unsecured creditors if the retailer files for Chapter 11. Stephen Selbst argues it is time to change the law.
July 13, 2018 bankruptcy | Chapter 11 | Consignment | Herrick Feinstein | Stephen B. Selbst | UCC ABF Journal