This leading work brings together all of the law on the complex subject of securing and enforcing debts on property other than land. It provides guidance in the context of commercial practice and advises on related areas such as conflict of laws, priority, insolvency, and enforcement.
Previous edition: 2012.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
I. INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction 2. Use of security interests and quasi-security interests in debt financing 3. Financial collateral II. DESCRIPTION OF INTERESTS 4. Types of interest 5. Possessory security 6. Non-possessory security 7. Financing devices involving the transfer or retention of title 8. Rights not including the transfer or retention of title III. REGISTRATION AND OTHER PERFECTION REQUIREMENTS 9. Registration and other Perfection requirements 10. Interests created by companies 11. Interests created by debtors who are not companies IV. PRIORITIES 12. Introduction to priorities 13. General priority rule: nemo dat (first in time to be created wins) 14. Exceptions to the nemo dat rule 15. Authorized dispositions 16. Priority between consensual and non-consensual security interests 17. Other priority issues V. ENFORCEMENT 18. Enforcement of true security interests 19. Enforcement of financial devices involving the transfer or retention of title 20. Enforcement of security in insolvency 21. Enforcement of rights not including the transfer of title VI. CONFLICT OF LAWS 22. Conflict of laws VI. CRITICISM AND LAW REFORM PROPOSALS 23. Criticism and reform proposals.