(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section and in Section 9309, a security interest is perfected if it has attached and all of the applicable requirements
for perfection in Sections 9310 to 9316, inclusive, have been satisfied. A security interest is perfected when it attaches if the applicable requirements
are satisfied before the security interest attaches.
(b) An agricultural lien is perfected if it has become effective and all of the applicable
requirements for perfection in Section 9310 have been satisfied. An agricultural lien is perfected when it becomes effective if the applicable requirements
are satisfied before the agricultural lien becomes effective.
(c) A security interest or agricultural lien is perfected continuously if it is originally
perfected by one method under this division and is later perfected by another method
under this division, without an intermediate period when it was unperfected.
(d) Perfection of a security interest in collateral also perfects a security interest
in a supporting obligation for the collateral.
(e) Perfection of a security interest in a right to payment or performance also perfects
a security interest in a security interest, mortgage, or other lien on personal or
real property securing the right.
(f) Perfection of a security interest in a securities account also perfects a security
interest in the security entitlements carried in the securities account.
(g) Perfection of a security interest in a commodity account also perfects a security
interest in the commodity contracts carried in the commodity account.
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