Law:Division 13. Effective Date And Repealer (California)

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Ca Codes (com:13101-13105) Commercial Code Section 13101-13105



13101. This code shall become effective on January 1, 1965. It applies to transactions entered into and events occurring after that date.

13102. Transactions validly entered into before January 1, 1965, and the rights, duties, and interests flowing from them remain valid thereafter and may be terminated, completed, consummated, or enforced as required or permitted by any statute or other law amended or repealed by this act as though such repeal or amendment had not occurred; provided, however, that the perfection of a security interest (other than a security interest (i) in a motor vehicle or vessel required to be registered under the Vehicle Code unless such vehicle or vessel is inventory or (ii) in personal property, including fixtures, which constitutes a portion of the properties included in an agreement which is a mortgage or deed of trust of both real and personal property made to secure the payment of bonds or other evidences of indebtedness authorized or permitted to be issued by the Commissioner of Corporations, or made by a public utility as defined in the Public Utilities Code), as defined in this code (Section 1201), and however denominated in any law repealed by this act, (a) Which was perfected on or before January 1, 1965, by a filing or recording under a law repealed by this act and requiring a further filing or recording to continue its perfection, continues until and will lapse on the date provided by the law so repealed for such further filing or recording. (b) Which was perfected on or before January 1, 1965, by a filing or recording under a law repealed by this act and requiring no further filing or recording to continue its perfection, continues until and will lapse 12 months after January 1, 1965. (c) Which was perfected on or before January 1, 1965, without any filing or recording, but with respect to which a financing statement is required to be filed in order for it to be perfected under this code, continues until and will lapse 12 months after January 1, 1965; unless, in each case, a continuation statement is filed by the secured party within 12 months before the perfection of the security interest would otherwise lapse. Any such continuation statement must be signed by the secured party, identify the original security agreement, however denominated, state the office where and the date when last filed or refiled, or recorded or rerecorded, and the filing number or recordation data and further state that the original security agreement is still effective. Subdivision (1) of Section 9501 determines the proper place to file such a continuation statement. Except as herein specified the provisions of Sections 9515 and 9522 apply to such a continuation statement.


13103. Except as provided in the following section, all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed.


13105. (1) A financing statement or a continuation thereof, properly filed and effective pursuant to Section 9401 as it existed prior to January 1, 1971, remains valid and effective after January 1, 1971, until expiration of the usual five-year period from date of filing. Any termination, release, assignment, or amendment of the financing statement prior to expiration of the five-year period of effectiveness shall be filed, as previously required, with the county recorder who has filed the financing statement. (2) After January 1, 1971, any continuation of a financing statement which had been properly filed with a county recorder prior to January 1, 1971, and which now would be required to be filed with the Secretary of State, shall be filed with the Secretary of State in accordance with Sections 9515 and 9516. The continuation statement shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the entire record of the county recorder related to the financing statement. After filing of the continuation statement with the Secretary of State, any termination, release, assignment, amendment, or continuation of the financing statement shall also be filed with the Secretary of State and any documents affecting the financing statement that are not filed with the Secretary of State shall not be effective.


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