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Hackensack Uniform Commercial Code Lawyers

New Jersey Secured Transactions Lawyers

In a secured transaction a borrower agrees that the lender may take collateral owned by the borrower should the borrower default on a loan; in other words, it is a way to secure a loan. Contracts for the sale, lease, and/or distribution of goods are often governed by the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Secured transactions and cases arising under the UCC comprise a large portion of commercial litigation.

At Greenberg & Lanz, our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience assisting clients with questions and concerns related to secured transactions and the UCC. To discover how we can help you, call us at 201-487-7755 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.

Experienced, Strategic Representation

UCC and secured transaction cases typically involve:

  • Purchases and sales
  • Leases
  • Negotiable instruments
  • Bank deposits
  • Funds transfers
  • Letters of credit
  • Bulk sales
  • Investment securities
  • Collateral interests
  • Floating liens on inventory
  • Accounts receivable
  • Personal guaranties

Many of these agreements are interlinked. At Greenberg & Lanz, we know that clients need a practical and viable way to ensure that all parties can be secure in their business practices by establishing documents that close loopholes, are easily enforced and protect their rights. We also always consider the risks associated with such agreements and are honest with our clients about whether or not the relationship they are forming is beneficial to their company.

When our clients are doing business with suppliers and customers around the country, we often work with attorneys in different states who are familiar with specific state rules concerning these transactions. This safeguards our client's interests and protects their rights at every stage in the process.

As secured transactions and sales of goods involving the UCC often expand into other areas of business, including creative financing and letters of credit, it is important that your legal representative is knowledgeable about the entire business. This knowledge helps the business run more smoothly today, while looking towards profit maximization into the future.

Discover the Possibilities

By working with our clients to understand their business, goals and problems, our Hackensack Uniform Commercial Code attorneys can tailor solutions that work best for your company. To discover how we can help you, speak with our Hackensack business law, litigation, life planning, estate planning, probate and estate administration lawyers. Call 201-487-7755 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.