(b) the debtor has, against the insured party, the rights and remedies provided for in the security agreement, the rights and remedies provided for by another statute or other rule of law in accordance with this Act, as well as the rights and remedies provided for in this party and section 17 or 17.1. (c) the actual late sum, derived exclusively from the operation of an acceleration clause in the security contract and a brief description of a delay other than non-payment and the determination of the security contract whose breach led to the delay (5) A purchaser or taker releases property of a security interest that is temporarily completed in accordance with Section 26 (1). , 28 (3) or 29 (4) or any interest in safety whose perfection, as provided for in Section 51, continues for one of the fifteen days mentioned in these sections, when the purchaser or tenant, such as the safeguards laws it replaces, regulates how a creditor acquires security rights on a debtor`s assets and how those rights can be applied in the event of a late payment. The law also describes how priority rights are decided when more than one insured party asserts a security interest in debtor assets. Creditors who have security rights under the Property Security Act also have special rights under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (see sections on bailiffs, bailiffs and sheriffs and bankruptcy assignments). In general, creditors with duly registered security contracts can free themselves from most of the effects of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, including: 18 (1) The debtor, a creditor, a sheriff, a person interested in the personal property of the debtor or an authorized representative of one of them may, by a written invitation containing a reply address , passed on to the insured party and forwarded to the insured party. , renewal funding declaration. The insured party must renew the funding statement on a regular basis to ensure that its registration remains valid. The insured party may also have to change the financing plan if the debtor changes its name, participates in a merger or the debtor transfers the secured collateral to a third party and the insured party wishes to retain its security against the transferred assets. (b) in the context of agreements or obligations that are acquired, expressly or implicitly, that the goods may be redeemed by the sellers; Attachment (see Section 12) is a technical concept under the Personnel Property Safety Act.