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This book explains how security - the creation and enforcement of proprietary rights to secure the payment of a monetary liability - is taken under English law.
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"impressively easy to use...divided over fourteen chapters into seven sections from A to G, which together, cover every conceivable aspect of 'taking security'...detailed table of contents and numbered paragraphs will certainly help with navigation, as will the extensive index...a wealth of additional references in the meticulous footnoting throughout...reliable and detailed text is a real time saver and an excellent guide to a complex area of law...an essential reference."Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers
"The author of this book is a distinguished and experienced observer and commentator...There is a constant need for both a work such as this to deal with both the contemporary issues which have arisen in recent case law as well as taking stock of the more well established principles...extremely practical...this work will be of extreme benefit to practitioners"
"well-written, clear and comprehensive account"
"If you or your clients are involved with the matter of securing payment of a sum of money - in property or insolvency law, for example -- you'd be well advised to acquire 'Taking Security: Law and Practice.'.....this book is a real time-saver for busy practitioners, particularly those whose clients are involved in cross-border issues. Clearly written and logically laid out for ease of use..."Read the review in full
"This is a very clearly laid out and well written text, which should be useful for practitioners who want to understand the legal principles behind the law of security, as well as how it works in practice."PLC Magazine, July 2012
"The layout is very simple and extremely user friendly...The book is a refreshing reminder of how a good textbook should be organised"
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