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6C Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms § 9:181
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Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Commercial Code
Article 9. Secured Transactions, Sales of Accounts (Contract Rights), and Chattel Paper
IV. Rights of Third Persons; Perfected and Unperfected Security Interests; Rules of Priority
B. Priorities of Security Interests
7. Accessions [U.C.C. § 9-335 (1999)]
§ 9:181. Answer—Defense—Right of secured party to remove collateral that became accession without causing physical damage—Damages for diminution in value and for replacement not recoverable
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