The UNCITRAL Guide on the Implementation of a Security Rights Registry (the “Registry Guide”) builds on the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions (the “Secured Transactions Guide”) and its Supplement on Security Rights in Intellectual Property (the “Intellectual Property Supplement”), which deal with the full range of issues that should be addressed in modern laws on secured transactions. The establishment of a publicly accessible registry in which information about the potential existence of a security right in a movable asset may be registered is an essential feature of the Secured Transactions Guide and of modern law reform initiatives in this area generally. Chapter IV of the Secured Transactions Guide contains commentary and recommendations on many aspects of a general security rights registry. Chapters III and V of that Guide address the related issues of the effectiveness of a security right against third parties and the priority of a security right.

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