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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Salinger on Factoring: The Law and Practice of Invoice Financing 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9781847035523
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421883200
To be Published: December 2016
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £215.00

Salinger on Factoring is renowned for its highly practical approach to the law and practice relating to factoring and invoice finance. It discusses the various forms, uses, and methods by which factoring can help businesses, and offers detailed coverage of the legal background in which these services operate. It combines a clear explanation of the law with practical guidance on its implementation.

  • Looks at the origins and nature of modern factoring
  • Explains the relationship between factor and debtors, including collection procedures and legal remedies when collection procedures fail
  • Examines international factoring
  • Goes through the legal structure of factoring, the provisions of factoring agreements and the types of agreement commonly used
  • Considers conflicts with third parties
  • Examines set-off and the countervailing rights of the debtor
  • Considers the rights and obligations of the factor when clients become insolvent
  • Covers the use of credit insurance and its potential effect on the terms of the factoring agreement and the policy of insurance
  • Includes a glossary of terms and a selection of sample documents

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Commercial Law, Banking and Finance
An introduction to modern factoring
of debts – its origins and nature
The application
of factoring to modern business
The factor’s
relations with his client
The factor’s relations
with the debtors
Mutual reviews: the factor
and the client
International factoring
The legal
structure of factoring and transfer of ownership
of the debts
The effect of notice to the debtor
and conflicts with third parties
Set-off and the
debtor’s countervailing rights
The factoring
agreement – payment to the client by the
factor and other terms
Insolvency of the client
Special considerations for international factors
The factor’s use of company charges
combined with credit insurance.