§ 74.8. Assignment of security interest or interest of an assignee; filing officer.
(a) Assignment disclosed in intangible transition property notice. An intangible transition property notice may disclose an assignment of a security interest of a financing party or of the interest of an assignee in the intangible transition property described in a filed intangible transition property notice by indication in the notice of the name and address of the transferee. Either the original financing party or assignee or the transferee may sign this statement as the financing party or assignee. On presentation to the filing officer of an intangible transition property notice, the filing officer will mark it as provided for in this chapter.
(b) Separate notice of assignment. A financing party or assignee of record may assign all or a part of its rights under an intangible transition property notice by submitting a separate written notice of assignment signed by the financing party or assignee of record and setting forth the name of the financing party or assignee of record, the grantor or assignor, the file number and the filing date of the intangible transition property notice and the name and address of the transferee, a description of the interest in the intangible transition property assigned, the qualified rate order docket number for the qualified rate order from which the intangible transition property is derived, and the general docket number. A copy of the assignment is sufficient as a separate notice if it complies with the preceding sentence. On presentation to the filing officer of a separate notice which complies with this section, the filing officer will mark a separate notice with the date and time of the filing. The filing officer will mark the assignment on the indices of the intangible transition property notice or enter the assignment information into the computerized system for intangible transition property notices.
(c) Status of transferee. After the filing of an assignment under this section, the transferee becomes the financing party or assignee of record as to the interest assigned.
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