Paget's Law of Banking 15th edition
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Why should you buy Paget's Law of Banking 15th edition
The banking law bible - a definitive work on this subject with a huge reputation
First published in 1904, Paget's Law of Banking has established itself as the leading practitioner text on banking law, combining meticulous accuracy and depth with a clear approach to this complex area.
The 15th edition has been updated and expanded to provide a thoroughly modern approach to the subject matter, while remaining unique in providing a comprehensive, clear and accurate statement of the law of banking, with a particular emphasis on the principles which underpin the case law. New in this edition:
- Implied misrepresentation and LIBOR [London Inter-bank Offered Rate]
- Illegality and international sanctions
- Confidentiality/data protection
Ensure you keep up to date with the latest banking law regulations in an ever-changing regulatory environment and understanding the implications of the copious and developing case law. Order your copy today.
"Undoubtedly the go-to set for complex and high-value banking and finance claims” Legal 500 2017
“A go-to set for a host of leading industry clients, whose members have a wealth of experience in both domestic and international banking and finance matters.” Chambers UK Bar 2018
Table of contents
With contributions from 3VB Chambers
Part 1 – The Regulatory Framework
1 Bank Regulation
2 Money Laundering
3 Protecting and Disclosing Information
Part 2 – Banks and Customers
4 The Relationship and Contract of Banker and Customer
5 Types of Account
6 Special Customers
7 Safe Custody
Part 3 – Bank Lending
9 Consumer Credit
10 Appropriation of Payments
11 Hierarchies of Lending
12 Syndicated Lending
Part 4 – Security
13 The Taking of Security
14 Lien and Set-Off
15 Charges over Debts
17 Mortgages of Land
Part 5 – Customer Insolvency
19 Insolvency Jurisdictions
20 Company Insolvencies
21 Individual Insolvencies
Part 6 – Payments
22 The Paying Bank – Obligations between Bank and Customer
23 Unauthorised Payments
24 The Payment Services Regulations
25 Electronic Payment Systems
27 Cheques and Conversion
28 Restitution, Proprietary Claims and Tracing
Part 7 – Investments and Financial Products
29 Advising on Financial Products
30 Retail Derivatives
Part 8 – Interference by Third Parties
32 Freezing Injunctions
33 Compulsory Disclosure
Part 9 – Letters of Credit and Performance Bonds
34 Demand Guarantees and Performance Bonds
35 Documentary Credits: General
36 Documentary Credits: the Presentation, Examination and Rejection of Documents
37 Documentary Credits: Compliance of Documents.