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Goode on Legal Problems of Credit and Security. 4th edition.
SECURE YOUR TRANSACTIONS WITH GOODE ADVICE. A review by Phillip Taylor MBE Credit and security is a risky area, which means that it’s important to make sure that transactions entered into are as secure as possible. Contracts need to be carefully drawn up to protect the parties to the agreement from the risk of financial loss as far as is practicable. When things go wrong, either litigation or dispute resolution ensue, to minimise any such loss as has occurred. The first edition of this book contained a revised and expanded serious of lectures delivered by the celebrated Roy Goode at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies in 1982 and set out to explore a range of conceptual problems which arose from fixed and floating security. The resulting expanded work is an analytical account of the law and regulation of credit and security, which elucidates a number of complex and technical areas. Since it was first published, the work has become a key text for students, academics and practising lawyers alike and is regularly cited by courts and in legal literature which is to be expected with anything from Professor Goode. So, Goode’s latest edition of his works is always eagerly anticipated and this new edition is no exception. Masterfully edited and augmented by Louise Gullifer, the fourth edition has preserved the framework of the previous edition and maintains its remit as an exploration of the fundamental concepts of common law and equity as they affect typical secured transactions, from mortgages to secured loans and complex structured financial products. ‘Louise has succeeded admirably in preserving all the essential features of the third edition,’ says Professor Goode in the foreword,’ while not hesitating to move the discussion on certain issues in a new direction.... ‘...the work has been brought completely up to date and incorporates a number of new ideas, particularly in relation to security interests in shares.’ The book takes account of developments in case law and legislation, as well as the latest scholarship and academic debate, Its contents include some of these areas: •new case law in this field, including the Spectrum and Leyland DAF decisions; •an examination of the fundamental concepts of common law and equity as they impact on typical and various secured transactions, with emphasis on how the principles apply in practice; •a discussion of the legal implications of changes in the securities market; •an exploration of the numerous conceptual problems associated with fixed and floating charges; •coverage of such terms as set–off, netting and abatement; •An explanation of the complex subject of priorities with a view to resolving competing consensual issues; •An examination of recent national legislative developments, international conventions and European Community Directives; and •An account of international developments such as the draft UNIDROIT Convention on Substantive Rules Regarding Intermediated Securities. For practitioners and academics alike, the title is indispensable. As it’s heavily cited in court, as well as in documents from government and regulatory bodies, it can certainly lend you the weight of its considerable authority in effecting smooth, secure transactions, as well as resolving arguments and disputes- that’s why you secure your transactions with such Goode advice!Funny, Funny, Funny
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