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European Banking Law 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781859786918
ISBN: 185978691X
Published: June 1999
Publisher: Informa Law
Format: Hardback
Price: £280.00



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This text presents a practical analysis of the private law of banking transactions. Rooted in contract, the banker-customer relationship is overlaid with a range of rights and obligations having their derivation in tort, delict, notions of equity, good faith and statute. The book looks at some questions that arise within the banker-customer relationship in various European jurisdictions. What are the nature and consequences of the banker-customer relationship? Is there a duty on banks to advise customers and others about particular dealings and what liability arises if any advice given is wrong? What security can a bank take to protect itself as lender?

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Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
England, William Blair, QC; France, late Chritian Mouly and Pascale Bloch; Germany, Norbert Horn; Italy, Simonetta Cotterli; The Netherlands, Lodewijk J. Hijmans van den Bergh; Spain, Fernando Sanchez Calero; Sweden, Krister Moberg; a United States comparison, Joseph J. Norton; European and global harmonisation of the Law of Banking Transactions, Uwe H. Schneuder; the single European currency; Geoffrey Yeaowart. Appendices: General business conditions-associations of German banks; good banking - the UK code of practice; glossary of terms relating to economic and monetary union.