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security interest

n. generic term for the property rights of a lender or creditor whose right to collect a debt is secured by property. (See: mortgage, deed of trust, UCC-1, lien)

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Calling on the President to work toward equitable, constructive, stable, and durable Armenian-Turkish relations for the next hundred years based upon the two countries' common interests and the United States' significant security interests in the region.
In a two hour live webcast, a panel of thought leaders and practitioners assembled by The Knowledge Group will discuss the Effect of the ULC Article 9 on Secured Transactions for Enforcing Security Interests in 2015.
I once again encourage both governments to resume discussions and identify confidencebuilding measures that will allow them to come to an agreement on Kashmir, which will serve the security interests of both countries as well as of the region," said Ban.
He noted that several countries, including China, had banned such mapping services by Google mainly to protect their security interests.
Therefore, in such cases the insolvency administrator of a judicially insolvent debtor may claim repayment or request invalidation of security interests.
There also is no federal statute specifically addressing the issue of perfecting security interests in trademarks, regardless of whether the mark is a common law trademark or a federally registered one.
The prompt enforcement of security interests without a court order
However, obtaining meaningful protection from a security interest requires an understanding of the subject intellectual property, as well as an understanding of the requirements for perfection of the security interest.
For Beijing, the strategic security interests drive their decision making.
Instead it has left it to the Europeans to handle Iran, which is an odd way to deal with such a critical threat to America's security interests.
The United States has a strong national security interest in fostering stability, prosperity and democracy in those European and Eurasian countries that lived under Communism and Soviet domination.

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