This title was first published in 2002: This collection of essays marks the formal launch of the Centre for Instalment Credit Law at the University of Wales, Swansea. Divided into three sections, it examines the concept of security within domestic law; considers the choice of law rules; and ponders development of uniform law.
Table of Contents
The Concept of Security and Remedies for Misuse of Chattels Within Domestic Law: The development of the contract of hire or lease in Scots Law, R. Bruce Wood; 25 years of Romalpa, J.R. Bradgate; The rights of ownership of goods, Pip Giddins; Mortgages of aircraft, J.A.M. Edmunds; The rights of a ship's mortgagee in English law, Gotthard Gauci; Remedies available from misuse of chattels, Paul Todd; Purchase money security interests under the revised Article nine of the uniform commercial code, Keith Meyer. Choice of Law Rules: International insolvency, security interests and creditor protection, Paul Omar; Retention of title clauses and non-possessory security interests - a secured credit regime within the European Union?, Iwan Davies; The development of international substantive security law, Ronald Cuming; The UNIDROIT convention on international financial leasing and the draft UNIDROIT convention on international interests in mobile equipment, Martin Stanford.