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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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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 3rd ed isbn 9780198808589

Set-Off Law and Practice: An International Handbook 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780199579716
New Edition ISBN: 9780198808589
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199290772
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The 2nd edition of 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 Americas.

The 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 jurisdiction. Since the publication of the first edition the use of set-off as a mechanism for risk reduction in cross-border financial contracts has continued to increase and the global financial crisis has meant that cases of bankruptcy and insolvency are more common than ever.

Written by an expert contributor team from around the world, each chapter explains the principles of the rules of set-off in the jurisdiction concerned, followed by a short case study analysing the principles and relevant problems in practice. The book also includes comparative tables showing at a glance how the different aspects of set-off are applied in each country.

This second edition has been fully updated to take into account developments in legislation and case law. New jurisdictions including China, Russia, Romania and Turkey have been added along with an introductory chapter written by the Editors drawing together the common themes and practices from the individual jurisdictional chapters.

Insolvency Law, Courts and Procedure
1: Introduction
2: Argentina
3: Australia
4: Austria
5: Belgium
6: Brazil
7: Canada
8: Chile
9: China
10: Czech Republic
11: Denmark
12: England
13: Finland
14: France
15: Germany
16: Hong Kong
17: India
18: Ireland
19: Italy
20: Japan
21: Luxembourg
22: Mexico
23: The Netherlands
24: New Zealand
25: Poland
26: Portugal
27: Romania
28: Russia
29: Singapore
30: South Africa
31: South Korea
32: Spain
33: Sweden
34: Switzerland
35: Turkey
36: USA