The purpose of this comment is to explore judicial interpretation of what constitutes a security agreement, to delineate the arguments available to an attorney confronted with a deficient security agreement and to advocate a return to the conservative single document approach. Attorneys should also recognize that continued reliance on formal security agreements is advisable.



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