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Vol 24 No 9 Sept/Oct 2019

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Set-Off Law and Practice: An International Handbook 3rd ed (eBook)

ISBN13: 9780192536525
Published: February 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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The third edition of this invaluable guide covers the application and practice of the law of set-off in over 30 jurisdictions spanning Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Written by leading experts from around the word, each chapter explains the principles of the law of set-off in the jurisdiction concerned, and provides a comparative guide for banking and finance lawyers wishing to establish the pitfalls of set-off in a foreign jurisdiction.

For this new edition every chapter has been updated to contain new material specifically devoted to cross border aspects, including analysis of choice of law issues.

Fully updated legal analysis is also provided, with an emphasis on how set-off may be used as security and the application of insolvency set-off: taking into account new legal developments in the various jurisdictions and reflecting recent changes to legislation in the financial sector relating to bank and other financial firm resolution.

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1: Argentina, Cecelia M. Mairal, Pablo Gayol
2: Australia, Ian Paterson
3: Austria, Dr Stefan Tiefenthaler
4: Belgium, Marc Vermylen
5: Brazil, Tiago A. D. Themudo Lessa
6: Canada, Ruth Wahl
7: Chile, Marcelo Armas M.
8: China, Chong Liew
9: Czech Republic, Dr Dana Schweigelova
10: Denmark, Kim Rasmussen
11: England, Richard Tredgett
12: Finland, Tarja Wist
13: France, Olivier Hubert
14: Germany, Dr Hendrik Haag
15: Hong Kong, Richard Mckeown
16: Ireland, William Johnston
17: Italy, Lisa Curran
18: Japan, Akihiro Wani
19: Luxembourg, Henri Wagner
20: Mexico, Pablo Perezalonso
21: The Netherlands, Pim Rank, Larissa Silverentand
22: New Zealand, Jonathan Ross
23: Poland, Ewa Butkiewicz, Michal Barlowski
24: Portugal, Tiago Ferreira de Lemos
25: Romania, Bryan Jardine
26: Russia, Elena Tchoubykina
27: Singapore, Andrew Chan
28: South Africa, Johann Scholtz, Dawid de Villiers
29: South Korea, Suhn-Kyong Hong, Seong Koo-Cheong
30: Spain, Antonio Herrera
31: Sweden, Zoran Stambolovski
32: Switzerland, Jürg Frick
33: Turkey, Asli Basgoz
34: USA, Joshua Cohn