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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Australian Finance Law 6th ed

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ISBN13: 9780455223964
Previous Edition ISBN: 0455218552
Published: July 2008
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Australian Finance Law is a compendium of informed, integrated commentary and valuable practical insights into finance law in Australia. It comprises 27 Chapters prepared by Partners, Consultants and Associates of Mallesons Stephen Jaques, written by leading experts in their field and dealing with the more complicated aspects of financial transactions. The text is very readable and practical and gives a very significant insight into the various subject matters.

Many of the topics suggested in earlier editions remain even though they may have been covered in a slightly different way. A clear theme, which emerged since the publication of the first edition in 1989, is the increasing complexity of government regulation in the financial services area.

Australian Finance Law covers a wide range of topics including:-

  • Chapters on regulation and supervision of the financial system, financial products and derivatives;
  • Chapters on equity and debt capital markets, securitisation, multi-lender financing, project and infrastructure financing;
  • Chapters on stamp duty and GST in financial transactions;
  • Chapters on security techniques, certain security types such as the fixed and floating charge and personal property security, set-off and netting; and
  • Chapters on intercreditor subordination and priority issues, insolvency issues and procedures.
Invaluable Tables of Cases, Statutes and Regulations, a large practical index, and a Glossary of Terms and Definitions of Acronyms support Australian Finance Law.

Well known and widely respected, Australian Finance Law belongs on the shelves of all libraries, any corporations dealing in financial transactions, and on the desks of specialist banking and finance lawyers and barristers.

Australian Finance Law should be the prescribed text in specialist finance law, accounting and finance courses. It is also an excellent further reading reference for related graduate and undergraduate courses in the business and commerce faculties.

Please note this book is an import item. Price indicated may vary due to currency exchange rate fluctuations and shipping costs