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The Banker's Remedy of Set-Off 4th ed isbn 9781784516826

The Banker's Remedy of Set-Off 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781847662415
New Edition ISBN: 9781784516826
Previous Edition ISBN: 040699613X
Published: May 2010
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £215.00

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The Banker’s Remedy of Set-Off is an invaluable definition of the origin of the concept of set-off and how it works in practice, giving examples of set-off in different contexts.

The new 3rd edition of this well-respected text covers all aspects of the law from common banking transactions to cross-border debts, to ensure you receive expert guidance, whether you are dealing with debts from private individuals or multi-national companies.

Part V has been expanded to cover a range of specialist financing transactions.

Banking and Finance
Part I The relevance of set-off under the banking contract
Chapter 1 Problems of terminology
Part II The concept of set-off
Chapter 2 An historical viewpoint
Vhapter 3 A modern viewpoint
Chapter 4 Criteria for the operation of set-off
Chapter 5 Manner of Operation of set-off
Part III The Nature of Set-off
Chapter 6 Set-off as a procedural claim
Chapter 7 Set-off as a substantive or remedial claim
Chapter 8 Potential policy objections to set-off as a remedy
Part IV The scope of set-off as a remedy
Chapter 9 Set-off as a contractual remedy
Chapter 10 Set-off as a security
Chapter 11 Impact of bankruptcy and liquidation
Part V The application of set-off as a remedy
Chapter 12 Set-off in common banking transactions
Chapter 13 Conclusion.