Sweet & Maxwell, 1999 - Actions and defenses - 361 pages
This work offers the information and guidance to help practitioners formulate clear objectives and strategies in banking litigation situations. It is designed to help the practitioner anticipate obstacles and difficulties, whilst remaining alert to opportunities to secure advantages for their clients. The book covers lending and security issues, payment, regulatory issues, conflicts of law, and procedural issues, and includes sections within each chapter covering legal and practical points. Latest developments such as CREST and cross-border issues are also discussed.
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