On the other hand, a funding plan must only “indicate guarantees”3 in accordance with UCC 9-502 (a) (3). Section 9-504 provides that a funding institution sufficiently indicates “guarantees” when it contains either (i) a description of the guarantees covered in point 9-108 or (ii) indicating that the financing establishment includes “all personal assets or assets,” including allowing descriptions of super-fine security. According to official notice 1 on uCC 9-504, this standard is met when a third party searches for declared security funding returns and has noticed that a person may have an interest in the security of that guarantee. Even in the event of minor errors or omissions, a funding statement that essentially meets these requirements is effective, unless errors or omissions render the funding statement “seriously misleading.” The best way to ensure safety in these situations is to have requirements. How many times has a debtor told you that you are paid as soon as they collect a particular project? It is advantageous to take a debtor at his word. This is the quickest way to know if the debtor is thinking what he is saying. Suggest that the debtor grant a security interest to this claim alone. The debtor told you that the debt was your money. What does it feel wrong to write it? You probably don`t even need to file a financing return to enhance this security interest if it`s not a significant portion of the outstanding debtor`s accounts.  A simple letter identifying the security, which indicates that the debtor “assigns” that debt to you or grants you a security interest, and is signed by the debtor, will likely be sufficient. If 90 days go bankrupt, you are a secured creditor. The transfer of funds in the annexes is an example of a simple transfer of receivables. The perfection process is not required by law, but it remains an important step for those with a safety interest.
Without perfection, it is impossible for the sure parties to be truly sure that the debtor`s security is safe from other creditors. Even if you are about to go “legally” on the client, you should consider a security interest. A client may subject you not to file a pledge or legal action. You may agree to do so in exchange for other appropriate security. It is worth doing so, even if it means waiting longer for payment or extending the additional credits.