The focus of this article is on the sections of Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code that purportedly pertain to sureties. The author examines these sections, and the comments thereto, to determine if they can be reconciled with common-law surety concepts. The operative consideration, he contends, is the existence of a party's "right of recourse," a consideration which most courts, unfortunately, have neglected in their analyses.
Raymond A. Noble,
The "Surety" and Article 3: A New Identity for an Old Friend,
Duq. L. Rev.
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