9781782549017-1782549013-The Law of Securities, Commodities and Bank Accounts: The Rights of Account Holders (Elgar Financial Law series)

The Law of Securities, Commodities and Bank Accounts: The Rights of Account Holders (Elgar Financial Law series)

ISBN-13: 9781782549017
ISBN-10: 1782549013
Author: Marek Dubovec
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
Format: Hardcover 256 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781782549017
ISBN-10: 1782549013
Author: Marek Dubovec
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
Format: Hardcover 256 pages

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Acknowledged author Marek Dubovec wrote The Law of Securities, Commodities and Bank Accounts: The Rights of Account Holders (Elgar Financial Law series) comprising 256 pages back in 2014. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1782549013 and 9781782549017. Since then The Law of Securities, Commodities and Bank Accounts: The Rights of Account Holders (Elgar Financial Law series) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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'This remarkable book offers a broad and comprehensive examination of the law of accounts. The author has succeeded in covering an impressive number of intricate legal questions with unsurpassable clarity. The book brings together topics that are rarely analyzed together, and enriches the perspective of the reader with frequent and exact references to other legal systems.'
- José M. Garrido, LEGPS - The World Bank.

In this unique study Marek Dubovec examines contemporary commercial relationships between investors and their intermediaries - relationships based on accounts that hold intangible rights to securities, funds, and commodity contracts. Such accounts have replaced the traditional physical possession and delivery of tangible objects, such as security certificates, coins, and commodities that were previously used in commercial relationships.

The author identifies and explains the critical components and functions of the systems for the holding of rights in accounts with intermediaries, identifying underlying principles that should be embodied in modern legislation underpinning the law of accounts. He not only compares the three major account-based systems, but does so from a comparative law perspective. He looks particularly at the differences between developed economies, which have established efficiently functioning accounts-based systems, and the majority of developing economies, which have yet to implement or modernize their accounts-holding systems.

Contents: Preface Background Part I: Securities Accounts Relationships 1. Introduction to Part I 2. Securities Account Relationships 3. Transfers of Intermediated Securities, Finality and Security Interests 4. Summary of Part I Part II: Bank Account Relationships 5. Introduction to Part II 6. Bank Account Relationships 7. Funds Transfers, Finality and Security Interests 8. Summary of Part II Part III: Commodity Accounts Relationships 9. Introduction to Part III 10. Commodity Account Relationships 11. Commodity Transfers, Finality and Security Interests 12. Summary of Part III Conclusion Index

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