To the extent that a clause in a change of order or agreement between a debtor and a debtor referring to a claim from health insurance or an incorporation, a statute or a clause of law referred to in point (c) would be effective under a law other than this article, but in accordance with points (a) or (c), the creation of the , the seizure or refinement of a security interest in the protocol, health insurance or general intangible insurance: unless otherwise stipulated in subsection b), a term in a debt or agreement between a debtor and a debtor relating to a health insurance or general intangible debt, including a contract , a licence, license or franchise, which prohibits the transfer or transfer or transfer of a security interest or performance of a security interest – the change of plan, the claim of health insurance or the title of general intangible insurance or the general intangible rule of law, or requires the agreement of the person who limits or requires the transfer or transfer of a security interest or the development of a security interest or , is inoperative, to the extent that the notion: a rule of law, a law or regulation prohibiting the consent of a government, is ineffective. , a government agency or official, a person held on a debt or debtor title for the transfer or transfer of a property interest to a debt, health insurance or general intangible insurance, including a contract, licence, license or franchisee between a debtor, is inoperative to the extent that the rule of law , the status or regulation is null and void: subsection (a) applies to an interest in the security of an intangible security or debt title only if the security interest is the result of the sale of the payment of the immaterial or the title of debt. . (A) the transfer or transfer of a security interest to a right or compensation for injury or illness, in accordance with the 26 U.S. C. 104 (a) (1); . (1) is not enforceable against the person held on the debt title or the debtor; (6) does not allow the insured to assert the security interest of the debt title, health insurance or general intangible claims. Illness, as in sections 26 U.S.C. 104 (a) (a) and (2), such as (5) (a) subsections (1) and (3) of this section, does not apply to the transfer or transmission or creation of a safety interest for a right or right to replace injuries or illnesses referred to in paragraphs 26.C 104 bis) (2) , if such a transaction constitutes a sale of such a right or right.
The limitation of this paragraph must leave it to the court to set the appropriate rules in such cases.