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When we left off in our last post, we had described two cases of UCC filings where the name of the debtor did not match with the legally accepted form of the name. The situation applied to both a company name and an individual person’s name. In the case of Ronald Markt Nay v. Leaf Capital Funding, LLC (U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana), it was a matter of following the code.