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Dalhuisen on International Financial and Commercial Law

Dalhuisen on International Financial and Commercial Law

by Jan Dalhuisen, Dr Jur, Jan H. Dalhuisen

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This work deals with issues in the formulation of modern international commercial, financial, and trade law, and is intended as a guide for graduate students and for practitioners dealing with international cases in national courts or in international commercial arbitrations. The first chapter examines the sources of modern international commercial and financial law in a comparative context, and looks at modern efforts to create uniform or harmonized law at the international level. Later chapters deal with domestic and international contract law, payments and the operation of modern payment systems, movable tangible and intangible assets in common and civil law and the concept of ownership and possession, and security interests and modern financial instruments. A final chapter deals with the regulation of cross border financial services and investment banking practices. Distributed by ISBS. The author teaches law at King's College London. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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