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Goode on Payment Obligations in Commercial and Financial Transactions
Goode on Payment Obligations in Commercial and Financial Transactions
3rd Edition
ISBN:  9780414046597
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  21 Oct 2016
Format:  Hardback
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Goode on Payment Obligations in Commercial and Financial Transactions is the essential text when looking for clear and in depth answers when dealing with issues arising from monetary obligations.  Shedding light on numerous areas of payment this title offers insight into familiar problems providing you with the solutions you need.

  • Covers all forms of payment obligations from the definition of money and payment through to international inter-bank transfers and foreign money obligations.
  • Offers new insights into familiar problems by rigorous analysis of underlying legal principles
  • Analyses the key concepts of money, payment, obligation to pay, the right to payment and defences/remedies regarding payment claims.
  • Explains the stipulations regarding time and interest – express and implied terms regarding time, the impact of termination of contract and the acceleration of liability
  • Delivers robust views on complex and important areas such as compound interest, payment to an agent, recovery of exchange rate losses and foreign illegality
  • Considers international inter-bank transfers and foreign money obligations
  • Provides an introduction to e-money and payment by card
  • Provides commentary on the law in Commonwealth jurisdictions and the US, thus providing a comparative approach to problems which, in their essence, are international in character
  • Examines the procedures which a bank must adopt to comply with anti-money laundering legislation without thereby exposing themselves to claims from customers.
  • Written originally by the eminent Sir Roy Goode QC and now edited by one of the leading practitioners in the field, Charles Proctor of Bird and Bird
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CONTENTS

Part I:

The Concepts of Money Payments and Obligation to Pay

1 Money
2 Payment
3 Categories of Payment Obligation

Part II

The Right to Payment and the Defences to a Payment Claim

1 The Right to Payment
2 Defences to a Liquidated Claim
 3 Remedies for Non-Payment
4 The Recovery of Payments Made

Part III

Stipulations as to Time: Interest


1 The Significance of Stipulations as to Time
2 Express Stipulations as to Time
3 Implied Terms as to Time
4 Termination of Contract for Delay in Payment
5 Acceleration of Liability;
6 Interest on Contract Debts

Part IV

The Legal Implications of Inter-Bank Transfers


1  Method an Structure of Inter-Bank Payment Systems;
2 The Time of Payment as between Debtor and Creditor
3 Special Features of International Inter-Bank Transfers

Part V:

Foreign Money Obligations

1 The Problems Outlined
2 Performance of the Payment Obligation
3 Foreign Currency Claims and Judgments
4 The Applicable Law under English Conflict of Laws

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Charles specialises in the fields of banking and financial services. He has particular experience in transactions involving a cross-border element and/or complex security arrangements.

His more recent work includes the completion of transactions in the asset-based lending market, principally acting for the lenders. In this field, he documented and closed a multi-jurisdictional syndicated facility in excess of €200 million.

He is also very active in the regulatory fields, and advises institutions on the consequences of new initiatives in the anti- money laundering and related fields. He is also an honorary professor in the School of Law, Birmingham University.

Written originally by the eminent Sir Roy Goode QC and now edited by one of the leading practitioners in the field, Charles Proctor of Bird and Bird and Victoria Dixon of Merton College, Oxford University.

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