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  1. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Ucc-1 and Right of Removal of Secured Collateral

    The issue is that it is attached to the house, and therefore with a UCC filing on it, cannot convey. Therefore it clouds the title. At least that is the (much more vaguely worded) reason I got.
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  2. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Ucc-1 and Right of Removal of Secured Collateral

    PG

    Thanks. You are correct. I should have more closely watched my word choice.

    "Title regarding the real property is not impacted by a UCC-1" Not at all doubting you here. He is being told,...
  3. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Ucc-1 and Right of Removal of Secured Collateral

    Your logic does seem reasonable. It was just a thought on my part, and I don't think I would be found to be delusional.

    No, the forged signature isn't bogus, I have seen both the contract and his...
  4. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Ucc-1 and Right of Removal of Secured Collateral

    He has, against my advice (I told him to see a lawyer). Naturally all they said is that the UCC will stand until they are paid. I wouldn't have expected more. They are also "investigating" his claim...
  5. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Ucc-1 and Right of Removal of Secured Collateral

    "rendering the UCC null" was probably a bad word choice. If the company has a UCC filing on the water treatment system, and the water treatment system is not on the house, then I thought that perhaps...
  6. Consumer Law Issues: Can You Return a Product to Get a UCC-1 Security Interest Removed

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Florida

    For a neighbor.

    A long back story, not germane, but will cover briefly. He has a water treatment system installed on his...
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