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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
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Scots Commercial Law

Edited by: Iain G. MacNeil

ISBN13: 9781904968566
Published: October 2014
Publisher: Avizandum Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.00

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Scots Commercial Law is a clear and up-to-date text for students of commercial law and business law in Scotland. The book is a collaborative venture from the Law School at the University of Glasgow, with each chapter being written by an author with particular expertise in that subject matter.

Part I of the book puts the subject in context with chapters on Juristic Persons; General Principles of Property; and General Principles of Contract.

Part II covers the main subject areas covered in commercial law courses

Chapters have been contributed by: Ross Anderson, Frankie McCarthy, Paul McClelland, John MacLeod, Iain MacNeil, Lindy Patterson, Andreas Rahmatian, Dot Reid, Matteo Solinas.

Scots Law
Part I:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Juristic Persons - Ross G Anderson
Chapter 2: General Principles of Contract - Dot Reid
Chapter 3: General Principles of Property - John MacLeod

Part II:
Chapter 4: Agency - John MacLeod
Chapter 5: Partnerships, LPs and LLPs - Ross G Anderson
Chapter 6: Sale of Goods - Andreas Rahmatian
Chapter 7: Insurance - Iain MacNeil
Chapter 8: Money and Debt - Ross G Anderson
Chapter 9: Payment Obligations - Matteo Solinas
Chapter 10: Conventional Security: Cautionary Obligations - Paul McClelland
Chapter 11: Non-Judicial Real Security - JohnMacLeod
Chapter 12: Judicial Security: Diligence - Frankie McCarthy
Chapter 13: Insolvency: Bankruptcy - Frankie McCarthy
Chapter 14: Insolvency: Corporate - Ross G Anderson
Chapter 15: Alternative Dispute Resolution - Lindy Patterson