The Banker's Remedy of Set-Off is an invaluable definition of the origin of the concept of set-off and how it works in practice, giving examples of set-off in different contexts. The new 3rd edition of this well-respected text covers all aspects of the law from common banking transactions to cross-border debts, to ensure you receive expert guidance, whether you are dealing with debts from private individuals or multi-national companies. Part V has been expanded to cover a range of specialist financing transactions.
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(248mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Sheelagh McCracken
Since 1997 Sheelagh McCracken has been an Associate Professor at the Applied Finance Centre, Macquarie University in Sydney where she is responsible for developing, teaching and co-ordinating the core Legal Risk in Finance course taught in the Master of Applied Finance programme. She is also a consultant for Mallesons, Stephen Jacques in Sydney, a leading Australian commercial law firm. She has previously worked for Norton Rose in London and also acted as a consultant for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Singapore. She is a prolific author having written/contributed to over 15 books. She has also written numerous articles.