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The 2001 amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code attempted to dramatically simplify the process of perfecting a security interest in personal property. For most types of personal property, such as accounts receivable, equipment, inventory and raw materials, perfection is accomplished by filing a UCC-1 financing statement with the secretary of state’s office in the state in which the borrower is incorporated. The laws of states concerning perfecting a lien based on a claim obtained by judgment may interfere with the simplicity sought by the amendments to the UCC — of requiring a filing only in the state of a borrower’s incorporation.

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