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Receivables transactions play an important role in national economies. This book provides an in-depth examination of the key substantive law issues, as well as a detailed examination of the private international law issues, particularly, the third party effects of assignments. National reports use practical cases to explore the issues and to highlight differences and similarities.
The book will assist market participants and their counsel to better understand the rules of their own countries and other countries, will be of great value to academics in the private, comparative and private international law fields and will assist those involved in national, EU and global reform efforts.