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Paget's Law of Banking 14th ed isbn 9781405763424

Paget's Law of Banking 13th ed

Edited by: Mark Hapgood, Pagets

ISBN13: 9781405712989
New Edition ISBN: 9781405763424
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406913439
Published: April 2007
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



First published in 1904, Paget’s Law of Banking has established itself as the leading practitioner text on banking law, combining meticulous accuracy and depth with a clear approach to this complex area.

The 13th edition has been substantially rewritten and expanded to provide a thoroughly modern approach to the subject matter, while remaining unique in providing a comprehensive, clear and accurate statement of the law of banking, with a particular emphasis on the principles which underpin the case law.

Developments since the last edition include:-

  • Enterprise Act 2002 and many changes in the area of insolvency
  • New Banking Codes
  • Spectrum relating to fixed and floating charges
  • Major changes to Accounting Standards
  • Changes to FSMA
  • Consumer credit reforms
  • New Disclosure Rules

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Part I The Statutory Framework;
1. The Financial Services And Markets Act 2000
2. The Consumer Credit Act 1974*
3. The Companies Act 1985
4. Money Laundering Legislation
5. Legislation Applying To Particular Institutions

Part II The Relation Of Banker And Customer;
6. Bankers And Customers
7. Relationship Of Banker And Customer
8. Confidentiality, Bankers’ References And Advice On Investments
9. Safe Custody
10. Special Customers
11. Types Of Account
12. Appropriation Of Payments
13. Demand, Interest, Charges And Costs
14. Insolvency Of Customer*

Part III Payment Instruments And The Transfer Of Funds;
15. Cheques
16. Cheque Guarantee Cards And Credit Cards
17. Electronic Funds Transfer*

Part IV The Paying Bank: Liabilities And Remedies;
18.The Paying Bank
19. Unauthorised Payments
20. Discharge By Payment And Protection By Statute
21. Claims Against The Paying Bank By Non-Customers
Part V The Recipient Bank: Liabilities And Remedies;
22. The Collecting Bank: General
23. The Recipient Bank: Sources Of Liability
24. The Cheques Act 1957, S4

Part VI Interference By Third Parties;
25. Attachment
26. Freezing Injunctions
27. Compulsory Disclosure

Part VII Security For Advances;
28. The Taking Of Security
29. Lien And Set-Off
30. Charges Over Debts And Conditional Debt Obligations