(a) A consignor, lessor, or other bailor of goods, a licensor, or a buyer of a payment
intangible or promissory note may file a financing statement, or may comply with a
statute or treaty described in section 490:9-311(a), using the terms “consignor”, “consignee”, “lessor”, “lessee”, “bailor”, “bailee”,
“licensor”, “licensee”, “owner”, “registered owner”, “buyer”, “seller”, or words of
similar import, instead of the terms “secured party” and “debtor”.
(b) This part applies to the filing of a financing statement under subsection (a)
and, as appropriate, to compliance that is equivalent to filing a financing statement
under section 490:9-311(b), but the filing or compliance is not of itself a factor in determining whether the
collateral secures an obligation. If it is determined for another reason that the collateral secures an obligation,
a security interest held by the consignor, lessor, bailor, licensor, owner, or buyer
which attaches to the collateral is perfected by the filing or compliance.
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