5 edition of Proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by R.M. Goode.|
|LC Classifications||KD1650 .G63 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||86101667|
A proceeds of sale clause in a contract of sale is designed to entitle the seller to the proceeds of sub-sales received by the buyer. The purpose of this clause is to enable the s. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
The reported value of the Company’s property, plant and equipment is based on the net book value recorded in the books and records of the Company. balance may not accurately reflect the net This realizable value of the assets. Exploration and evaluation assets are expendituresincurred by Strategic in connection with the. Proprietary trading refers to a financial firm or bank that invests for direct market gain rather than earning commissions and fees by trading on the behalf of : Alan Farley.
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Proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactionsCited by: 4. The only book to comprehensively analyse this specialised but important topic in a single volume. Provides clear theoretical grounding in the background and nature of proprietary rights, and the distinction between the creation of proprietary interests over an original asset, a substitute asset, and an unconnected asset.
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Proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactions. Book Author(s) Goode, Royston Miles, Queen Mary College Date Publisher Sweet & Maxwell [in association with] Centre for Commercial Law Studies 2nd ed.
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Goode on proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactions / edited by Simon Mills. KF G Sale of goods on c.i.f. and f.o.b. terms:. The concepts of ownership and possession are difficult and not well understood.
Both academic and practising lawyers found the first edition of this book beneficial because of its original treatment of the acqusition and loss of proprietary rights under contracts of sale. In the new edition of "Proprietary Rights" the text has been revised, expanded and updated to include Author: R.
Goode. About Vulnerable Transactions in Corporate Insolvency. This book examines powers and remedies available to a liquidator or administrator that render 'vulnerable' the company's prior contractual commitments or proprietary dispositions so as to enhance the asset pool available to creditors.
In the process,the book does two things. Simon Mills (ed), Goode on Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions (3rd edn Sweet & Maxwell ).
The effectiveness of receivables financing and finance leases is tested in the context of the insolvency of the business seeking financial accommodation. The new edition of Goode on Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions: Provides a complete guide to proprietary rights and insolvency in sale transactions Discusses the fundamental concepts and principles of ownership, possession and sales in relation to contracts where one of the parties has become insolvent Identifies the problems that can arise in practice in a range of sale transactions Author: Professor Sir Roy Goode QC.
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Category: Business & Economics. Proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactions. London: Sweet & Maxwell: Centre for Commercial Law Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Royston Miles Goode.
Get this from a library. Proprietary rights and insolvency in sales transactions. [Royston Miles Goode; Queen Mary College (University of London). Centre for Commercial Law Studies.]. goode proprietary rights and insolvenCy in sales transaCtions 3rd edition simon mills, professor sir roy goode, qC NEW The original and penetrating treatment of the acquisition and loss of proprietary rights under contracts of sale provides an indispensable source on this topic.
It provides a concise, lucid and evaluative. 66 See generally, Goode, Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions, at pp. 16– 67 This external relationship does not arise where a party claims through the buyer or seller (e.g., a trustee in bankruptcy) or deals in their name (e.g., a liquidator).Cited by: 1.
An innovative examination of the law's treatment of property, this student textbook provides an extremely useful and readable account of general property law principles.
It draws on a wide range of materials on property rights in general, and the English property law system in particular, looking at all kinds of property, not just : Alison Clarke, Paul Kohler. Goode on Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions by Roy Goode, QC, Simon Mills (Editor) starting at $ Goode on Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books.
“Goode on Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions” by Prof. Sir Roy Goode (3rd ed., ) (sole editor). This important book deals with the nature of proprietary rights that can arise in the context of contracts for the sale of goods, both domestic and international.
Proprietary rights and insolvency is a lucid practical reference source on property law. Includes diagrams of complex cases to aid understanding. His practice covers a broad range of work, from the financing corporate transactions, such as acquisitions and buyouts, through restructuring rescues to administrations, receiverships liquidations%().7 J Ulph, ‘ Equitable Proprietary rights in insolvency: the ebbing tide?
’ JBL8 Law Commission, ‘ Company Security Interests ’ (Law Com CP No). 9 Ibid para Restructuring and insolvency in the UK (England & Wales): overview. A fixed legal mortgage or charge is the best security interest available as it gives the secured lender a proprietary interest in the asset ahead of the costs and expenses of office holders The rules concerning third party rights in pre-insolvency transactions are.