DEBTOR-CREDITOR

Deposit Accounts as Bank Loan Collateral Beyond Setoff to Perfection—The Common Law Is Alive and Well…..39:259

Farmers Production Credit Association v. McFarland (Iowa 1985)—Redemption of Property by the Debtor or Debtor’s Assignee During the Exclusive Statutory Period Extinguishes a Junior Lienor’s Right of Redemption, but Such Redemption Does Not Allow the Debtor or Debtor’s Assignee to Take the Property Free and Clear of Other Liens…..35:655

Federal Land Bank v. Bott, 240 Kan. 624, 732 P.2d 710 (1987)—Kansas Family Farm Rehabilitation Act, Which Stays the Enforcement of Certain Judgments Against Agricultural Property and Provides for Redemption of that Property in Certain Circumstances, Violates the Contract Clause of the United States Constitution…..38:705

Foreclosures in Iowa—An Update…..38:589

Insolvent Insurers: Who Will Bear the Burden—The Excess Carriers, the Guaranty Associations, or the Insured?…..38:675

The Iowa Foreclosure Moratorium Law of 1985: A Preliminary Analysis and Proposed Changes…..35:545

The Iowa Personal Earnings Exemption…..2:45

Iowa’s Mortgage Moratorium Statute: A Constitutional Analysis…..33:303

Perfecting a Security Interest in Future Rents from Mortgaged Property…..40:287

“The Power to Tax Involves the Power to Destroy”…..50:315

“Reasonable Rent” and Opportunity Cost in the Family Farmer Bankruptcy Act…..39:863

The Relative Priority of a Landlord’s Lien and Article 9 Security Interest…..35:27

Some Thoughts About Intercorporate Guaranties, Fair Consideration, and Reasonably Equivalent Value…..37:569

Tulsa Professional Collection Services v. Pope: Analysis and Application by the Courts…..39:179