The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “One-Stop Shop: Consumer Credit Issued at the Point of Sale” – Lucinda O’Brien, Ian Ramsay, Paul Ali and Mihika Upadhyaya; “Letters of Credit: Model for the Illegality Exception and for the UCP to Address Exceptions to the Principle of Autonomy” – Mohd Hwaidi; and “The Banker’s Obligation to Pay and the Scope of the Quincecare ‘Duty'” – Lee Aitken. Also in this Part are the following sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice: “CBDC: Digital Cash as Legal Tender” – Alan L Tyree; and Insolvency Law and Management: “Simplified Liquidation: A Different Test for Insolvency?” – Lindsay Powers.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “The four methods of financial system regulation: An international comparative survey” – Andrew D Schmulow; “Thoughts for the litigant in person – some common, but unsuccessful, arguments which should not be raised in resisting the bank’s claim” – Lee Aitken; “Quality and safety for financial services and products” – Rhys Bollen; and “Takeovers financing – certain funding” – John Mosley and Cynthia Li. Also in this Part are the following sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Insolvency Law and Management; Securities and Mortgages; Tokyo; United Kingdom and Europe.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “The individual judge” – Hon Justice Susan Kiefel AC; ““Delivery”, “escrow”, recitals and estoppel, and attestation: Current questions with deeds” – Lee Aitken; and “The prerogative writs and the origins of English administrative law” – Clare Langford. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Northern Territory; Corporations and Securities; International Focus; Overseas Law; Recent Cases; and an Obituary for The Honourable Bruce Harvey McPherson CBE.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Do the Law Lords bind lower courts?” – Oliver Jones; “Building management statements and strata management statements: Unholy mixing of contract and property” – Cathy Sherry; “Civil penalties and procedural protections” – Matthew Lees; and “Contract, confidence, and the fiduciary relationship” – Lee Aitken. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues, Conveyancing and Property, and Recent Cases.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “What is an “absolute” assignment? Further reflections on charges, “tacking” and marshalling” – Lee Aitken; “The New Zealand Supreme Court speaks on bankers’ mandates and dishonest assistance” – Michael Lenihan; and “Twinsectra versus Elizebethan Theatre: Comments on the nature of the Quistclose trust” – Andrew Pingree. It also includes the following sections: Banking law and banking practice, Securities and Mortgages, Commercial and Finance law, Financial Markets, Recent Publications, and Reports from the United Kingdom and Europe and New Zealand.
The second Part of the Australian Law Journal for 2012 includes the usual interesting mix of articles and sections, with something to interest everyone. The articles cover such diverse topics as personal injury resulting from negligence, recent changes to the arbitral legislative regime in Australia, and asset lending with an improvident borrower. The sections range from the annual report of the New South Wales Judicial Commission, to indefeasibility and forged mortgages and from admiralty jurisdiction to the obligations of creditor to guarantor, plus much more.
The January 2012 issue of the Australian Law Journal includes the usual interesting mix of articles and sections. The articles cover such diverse topics as judicial review of decisions of non-governmental bodies exercising governmental powers, the practice of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in relation to medical evidence, potential problems with a transfer of property made by an insolvent company and ambiguity as a precondition to the use of extrinsic evidence. The Sections include notes on the authority of the High Court, termination of lease and duty of care, plus much more.