Australian Personal Property Securities Law (Bundle)
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Click here to read the review reproduced by permission of Canadian Business Law Journal Inc., and Canada Law Book, a division of Thomson Reuters Canada Limited, from Cumming, Ronald C.C.: "Australian Personal Property Securities Law - A Book For All Reasons, by Anthony Duggan and David Brown (Chatswood, N.S.W., LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012, xxxvii, 371 pp., $80.00)", (2013) 54 C.B.L.J. 307-317..
Australian Personal Property Securities Law
offers clear and concise commentary on this new legislation - its implementation, implications and impact. Written by distinguished academics and international experts in the area, Australian Personal Property Securities Law provides analytical depth and expert policy understanding, making this an invaluable resource for commercial law students and practitioners alike.
An introductory section, discussing pre-PPSA forms of transactions, the history of PPSA reform and its objectives offers background clarity for students
In-depth discussion of Personal property and its classifications, provides comprehensive understanding
Comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the scope of the Act by experts in the area
Provides up-to-date commentary on new legislation
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
2. Personal property and its classifications
3. Scope of the statute
4. Writing requirements and attachment
7. Priorities: The Basic Rules
8. Purchase-Money Security Interests
9. Accessions, commingled goods and agricultural interests
10. Transfers of collateral
12. Default rights and remedies
13. Insolvency and the PPSA
14. Conflict of laws
15. Transitional provisions
16. International and Comparative Aspects
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Anthony Duggan is the Honourable Frank Iacobucci Chair in Capital Markets Regulation in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto and Professorial Fellow at Melbourne Law School.
David Brown is Associate Professor, Co-Director, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law Scholarship Unit at Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide.
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