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  • 作      者: Bruce MacDougall, B.A. (Acadia), B.A. (Oxford
  • 出版时间: 2014-10-31
  • 语      言: 英文
  • 价      格: 1360HKD
内容简介
As author Bruce MacDougall states in the preface to this volume, "The nature of personal property and the multiple ways in which it can be used in a credit context make it inherently intricate." And that intricacy is precisely what makes Canadian Personal Property Security Law a particularly timely and relevant publication.

Building on the success of his earlier book that focused on personal property security law in British Columbia, MacDougall has taken that content and nationalized, revised and expanded it to facilitate its appeal and application to all common law jurisdictions in the country.

Features and Benefits

A comprehensive, up-to-date treatise covering personal property secured transactions law in Canada, this resource deals with all significant statutory and regulatory provisions applicable under the Personal Property Security Act (PPSA), the Securities Transfer Act and the Bank Act. The treatise also provides a comprehensive coverage of case law in this area. Much of the information in the book is provided through charts and tables that offer valuable visual summaries of the rules and how they apply. As well, the text provides an extensive discussion of the common law personal property regime that lies behind and is still relevant to the PPSA.

Of particular interest

In addition to providing a more in-depth treatment of the application of the Securities Transfer Act, in this volume MacDougall has greatly expanded on the information in his original book and offers a wholly new look at:

•Guarantors as debtors
•The meanings of "knowledge" in the PPSA and the Securities Transfer Act
•The role of equitable principles in the PPSA
•The use of estoppel in the PPSA
•The relevance of attachment giving an "inchoate" interest in future goods
•The effect of subsequent satisfaction of writing requirements
•The effect of the exclusion of a transaction from the PPSA
•Proceeds and the mechanism for tracing an interest in collateral
•Remedial use of credit bidding
•The effect of sequential subordination or priority agreements
•Constraints on using both original collateral and proceeds remedially
•The effect of transfers of negotiable power
MacDougall also examines the ramifications of recent significant decisions from all Canadian courts at all levels, including numerous cases from the Supreme Court of Canada and Courts of Appeal from across the country.

A Valuable Reference

Canadian Personal Property Security Law provides a practical, accessible look at this complex area of the law, and will be particularly useful to:
•Bankruptcy and insolvency lawyers who must deal with the intricacies of personal property secured transactions on a regular basis
•Business lawyers who require a firm grasp of secured transactions in order to better advise their clients
•Law school students and instructors of secured transaction and commercial law courses who will benefit from this comprehensive guide on personal property secured transactions in Canada
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