Grape Grower's Liens and the Revised UCC
Sep 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
In an uncertain wine market, growers (and their creditors) increasingly want to be sure that they get paid for their grapes. Recent changes in the Uniform Commercial Code in California (UCC) highlight the interplay between the UCC and the statutory producer's lien traditionally relied upon by growers to secure payment. These changes serve as a reminder that growers can use the UCC to supplement their existing statutory lien rights and now will find it easier to do so. The Statutory Producer's Li...
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