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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Legal Principles in Banking and Structured Finance 2nd ed isbn 9781845922511

Selected Legal Issues for Finance Lawyers

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ISBN13: 9780406971142
ISBN: 0406971145
New Edition ISBN: 9781845922511
Published: November 2003
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Selected Legal Issues for Finance Lawyers highlights the practical issues which arise in every day practice, packed with guidance on how to avoid the potential pitfalls. Indispensable for trainees and the 0-2 year practitioner, this accessible work follows a modern practice based approach and sets out to 'explain the things you need to know but didn't want to ask'

Written in an informal and entertaining style by an expert author, the book also sets out to explain basic concepts and terminology, identifying and highlighting issues which are easily missed or misunderstood. This handy and practical work also serves as a useful refresher for more experienced and senior practitioners.""

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Subjects:
Legal Practice Management
Contents:
Contracts, Consideration And Third Parties
Loans Agreements - Single Bank And SyndicatedBills Of Exchange And Promissory Notes
Bond Issues A Banking Lawyer's Perspective
Guarantees Of Loans And Bonds
Assignments Of Choses In Action
Taking Security: Some Dilemmas And Dichotomies
Trusts And Trustees In Secured And Structured Financing
An Introduction To Syndicated Loan Agreements
Transferability
Credit Derivatives
Contracts (Rights Of Third Parties) Act 1999