Taking Security Fourth edition
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Why should you buy Taking Security
This highly respected and authoritative text on security law examines the key legal principles in taking, perfecting, enforcing and challenging security. Written in a practical and accessible style, it is an invaluable addition to the busy practitioner's shelf.
New for this edition:
- A detailed examination of the new Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations and how they will work in practice
- Discussion on the recent Goods Mortgages Bill
- Greater coverage of practical issues that arise in the course of transactions
Table of contents
Part A - Introduction
Part B - Types of Security
Part C - Creating Security
Part D - Priority of Security
Part E - Enforcing Security
Part F - Security Arising by Operation of Law
Part G - Alternatives to Security
Part H - International Security
Part I - Appendix