This book offers the analysis of the relationship between the Cape Town Convention and national laws on secured transactions. The first part of the book considers why national implementation is so important in the case of the Cape Town Convention and identifies how innovative the Convention is as a uniform law instrument. The second part includes chapters on those states that are Parties to the Cape Town Convention, which analyse how the Convention is implemented under the domestic law. The third part includes chapters on those states that are not Parties to the Convention, which compare their national laws and the Convention to find unique features of the Cape Town Convention’s rules. The fourth part discusses the meaning of Protocols on aircraft, railway rolling stock and space assets from the practitioner’s point of view. As a whole, the book offers insights into the new stage of uniform private law and shows the need for further examination of the subject, which will be essential for international and national legislators, academics of comparative and international private law as well as practitioners who are the users of the uniform law regime.
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Series:||Ius Comparatum - Global Studies in Comparative Law , #22|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
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Table of Contents
Foreword; Roy Goode.- About the Authors.- Part I Introduction,- About This Book; Souichirou Kozuka.- Implementation of the Cape Town Convention into and its relationship with National Law; Jeffrey Wool.- Part II General Report.- 2. The Cape Town Convention and its implementation in domestic law: General report; Souichirou Kozuka.- Part III National Reports.- A. Parties to the Cape Town Convention.- 3. Les sûretés sur des aéronefs en droit canadien, la Convention relative aux garanties internationales portant sur des matériels d’équipement mobiles et son Protocole aéronautique; Frédérique Sabourin.- 4. The law of England and Wales on secured transactions as compared with the Cape Town Convention; George Leloudas.- 5. Indonesia’s Report: The Implementation of The Cape Town Convention 2001; Prita Amalia.- 6. Implementation of the Cape Town Convention in Malaysia; Mary George and Vince See.- 7. The Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and its implementation in the Netherlands and on the Dutch Caribbean Islands; Sjef van Erp.- 8. Russian legislation and Cape Town Convention; Nataliya Doronina.- 9. The Cape Town Convention and its Implementation in South African Air Law; Phetole Sekhula.- 10. The Cape Town Convention and its Implementation in Spanish Law; Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell.- 11. United States of America: Reconsidering the Transaction Document Filing Requirement for National Registry; Charles W. Mooney, Jr..- B. Non State Parties to the Cape Town Convention.- 12. Finnish Mortgage System for Means of Transport: Outdated and Overly Complex?; Teemu Juutilainen.- 13. La Convention du Cap et sa reconnaissance en droit français; Philippe Delebecque.- 14. Security interests in mobile equipment under German law – Some notes on the similarities and differences in relation to the Cape Town regime; Benjamin von Bodungen.- 15. The Greek Law on Security interests burdening transport vehicles as compared with the Cape Town Convention; Elina N. Moustaira.- 16. The Cape Town Convention and Italian Law on Secured Transactions; Anna Veneziano.- 17. The Security interest in transport vehicles in Japan; Haruna Fujisawa.- 18. The Cape Town Convention and Polish law on security interests; Maria Dragun-Gertner, Zuzanna Pepłowska-Dąbrowska and Jacek Krzemiński.- 19. Security interests in transport vehicles: The Cape Town Convention and Portuguese law; Maria Helena Brito.- 20. Rapport suisse sur le thème « Les sûretés grevant les moyens de transport – La Convention du Cap et sa transposition en droit national »; Bénédict Foëx.- Part IV Comments from the Practice.- 21. Analysing the Effects of the Cape Town Convention on Four Selected Issues That Hinder the International Financing and Leasing of Aircraft and Engines; Patrick Honnebier.- 22. The Luxembourg rail protocol to the Cape Town convention: Some Practical Differences from the Aviation Protocol; Howard Rosen.- 23. Entering into force: Promoting Unidroit’s Space Protocol among emerging space actors; Daniel A. Porras.- Appendix: Questionnaire for national reporters.