Professor Glenn's new two volume work on Fraudulent Conveyances and Preferences is much more than a revised edition of his previous book. The treatment of preferences is new and the material in the old book is revised and expanded. This expansion is particularly evident in his dealing with commercial financing devices--consignments, trust receipts, after-acquired property clauses, and freehanded mortgages of goods and accounts--which he now views also from the standpoint of preference.
Fred T. Hanson,
GLENN ON FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES AND PREFERENCES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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