The Law of Secured Finance: An International Survey of Security Interests Over Personal Property

Paul Usman Ali, THE LAW OF SECURED FINANCE: AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF SECURITY INTERESTS OVER PERSONAL PROPERTY, Oxford University Press, March 2002

Posted: 19 Mar 2002

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Paul Ali

University of Melbourne - Law School

Abstract

This book examines the juridical nature and regulation of security interests created by companies over personal property, under the laws of England and Wales, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The book also considers recent international initiatives relating to cross-border secured transactions and makes reference to the treatment of corporate security interests in Hong Kong, India, Malaysia and Singapore.

The chapter titles are as follows: 1. Introduction 2. Explaining Security Interests 3. Attachment of Security Interests 4. Juridical Nature of Liens, Pledges, Mortgages and Charges 5. Perfection of Security Interests 6. Overview of Quasi-Security Interests 7. Rules of Priority 8. Enforcement of Security Interests 9. Charge-Backs and Fixed Charges over Receivables 10. Cross-Border Security Interests.

Keywords: Charges, Liens, Mortgages, Pledges, Secured Credit, Securities, Security Interests

JEL Classification: F30, G21, G33, K22

Suggested Citation

Ali, Paul, The Law of Secured Finance: An International Survey of Security Interests Over Personal Property. Paul Usman Ali, THE LAW OF SECURED FINANCE: AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF SECURITY INTERESTS OVER PERSONAL PROPERTY, Oxford University Press, March 2002. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=300119

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