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  1. Section 101 - Definitions

    11 U.S.C. § 101   Cited 26,363 times   193 Legal Analyses
    Defining "securities clearing agency" by reference to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
  2. Section 2787 - Distinction between sureties and guarantors abolished; surety or guarantor defined; guaranties of collection and continuing guaranties; letters of credit

    Cal. Civ. Code § 2787   Cited 200 times   3 Legal Analyses
    Declaring that "[t]he distinction between sureties and guarantors is hereby abolished."
  3. Section 2809 - Obligation not larger in amount or more burdensome than that of principal

    Cal. Civ. Code § 2809   Cited 85 times

    The obligation of a surety must be neither larger in amount nor in other respects more burdensome than that of the principal; and if in its terms it exceeds it, it is reducible in proportion to the principal obligation. Ca. Civ. Code § 2809 Amended by Stats. 1939, Ch. 453.

  4. Section 2899 - Order person with prior lien must resort to property

    Cal. Civ. Code § 2899   Cited 24 times

    Where one has a lien upon several things, and other persons have subordinate liens upon, or interests in, some but not all of the same things, the person having the prior lien, if he can do so without risk of loss to himself, or of injustice to other persons, must resort to the property in the following order, on the demand of any party interested: 1. To the things upon which he has an exclusive lien; 2. To the things which are subject to the fewest subordinate liens; 3. In like manner inversely

  5. Section 3433 - Satisfaction of claim from several funds

    Cal. Civ. Code § 3433   Cited 22 times

    Where a creditor is entitled to resort to each of several funds for the satisfaction of his claim, and another person has an interest in, or is entitled as a creditor to resort to some, but not all of them, the latter may require the former to seek satisfaction from those funds to which the latter has no such claim, so far as it can be done without impairing the right of the former to complete satisfaction, and without doing injustice to third persons. Ca. Civ. Code § 3433 Enacted 1872.

  6. Rule 2.893 - Appointment of interpreters in court proceedings

    Cal. R. 2.893   Cited 9 times

    (a)Application This rule applies to all trial court proceedings in which the court appoints an interpreter for a Limited English Proficient (LEP) person. This rule applies to spoken language interpreters in languages designated and not designated by the Judicial Council. (b)Definitions As used in this rule: (1) "Designated language" means a language selected by the Judicial Council for the development of a certification program under Government Code section 68562; (2) "Certified interpreter" means