Structuring and Drafting Commercial Loan Agreements
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Structuring and Drafting Commercial Loan Agreements has been used by thousands of attorneys, borrowers, and lenders for optimal negotiation and structuring of commercial loans. Expert analysis, guidance, and sample clauses and documents make agreement drafting easier. This practical treatise discusses relevant changes to the UCC and other laws. It also discusses the current laws and regulations in the context in which they arise during these transactions.
Structuring and Drafting Commercial Loan Agreements provides lenders, borrowers, and their attorneys with:
• Guidance on drafting and strategy for special types of collateral
• A step-by-step guide to perfection and priority under UCC Article 9
• A chapter on loan participations, including alternative drafting solutions from the perspective of each party
• A chapter on litigation financing
• Guidance on the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9, including changes in the filing system
• Extensive examples of sample loan documentation that will guide users and cut research time significantly
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
1 Structuring the Credit Facility; Some Regulatory Considerations
2 Conditions Precedent
3 Special Types of Collateral
4 Representations and Warranties
5 Affirmative Covenants
6 Negative Covenants
7 Financial Statements and Covenants
8 Events of Default and Remedies
9 Provisions Affecting the Lender's Exposure Beyond the Loan Documents
10 Money Market Pricing--London Interbank Offered Rate and Certificate of
11 Agented or Syndicated Credits
12 Drafting the Participation Agreement
13 Guaranties and Other Credit Supports
14 Standardized Terms
15 Subordination Agreements
16 The Letter of Credit and Reimbursement Agreement
17 Asset-Based Loans
18 Drafting the Security Agreement
19 Step-by-Step Guide to Perfection and Priority
20 Transactions at the Margins of Article 9: Documents of Title, Fixtures, Patents,
Trademarks, and Copyrights
21 Real Estate Mezzanine Financing
22 Dealing With the Tax Lien
23 Default: Enforcement and Remedies
24 Thirty-Nine "Fixes" to UCC Article 9
25 Amendments to Article 9 of the UCC Affecting the Filing System
26 Case Law Guidance for Practitioners
27 Litigation Finance