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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Set-Off Law and Practice: An International Handbook 2nd ed isbn 9780199579716

Set-Off Law and Practice: An International Handbook

ISBN13: 9780199290772
ISBN: 0199290776
New Edition ISBN: 9780199579716
Published: February 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Set-Off Law and Practice - An International Handbook is an invaluable guide to the application and practice of the rules of set-off in over 30 jurisdictions, spanning Europe, Asia and the US. The use of set-off as a mechanism for risk reduction in cross-border financial contracts has increased in recent years as market participants seek to reduce both operational risk (Herstatt Risk) and credit risk. For this reason, the enforceability of set-off both outside and within insolvency has become particularly relevant for market participants and their legal advisors.

Written by an expert contributor team from around the world, each chapter explains the principles of rules of set-off in the jurisdiction concerend, followed by a case study analysing the principles and relevant problems in practice. Including comparative tables showing how the different aspects of set-off are applied in each country, this work provides an at-a-glance port of call for UK banking and finance solicitors and foreign lawyers who wish to establish the pitfalls of set-off in a foreign jurisdictione.

  • Unique international coverage of this topic
  • Case studies cover problem areas and provide solutions in each jurisdiction
  • Expert contributor team drawn from leading practitioners around the world
  • Provides comparative tables giving at-a-glance key information across the jurisdictions covered

Insolvency Law
Biographies of Contributors
1. Argentina
2. Australia
3. Austria
4. Belgium
5. Brazil
6. Canada
7. Chile
8. Czech Republic
9. Denmark
10. England
11. Finland
12. France
13. Germany
14. Hong Kong
15. India
16. Ireland
17. Italy
18. Japan
19. Luxembourg
20. Mexico
21. The Netherlands
22. New Zealand
23. Poland
24. Portugal
25. Singapore
26. South Africa
27. South Korea
28. Spain
29. Sweden
30. Switzerland
31. USA (New York)
Comparative Table