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Lender Claims
Lender Claims
Practice Area:  Professional Negligence
ISBN:  9781847039026
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editors:Hugh Tomlinson; Thomas Grant
Publication Date:  15 Jul 2010
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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The new title Lender Claims is a timely guide to your portfolio. It is a specialist book for those who are called upon either to bring or defend a claim for professional negligence in relation to mortgage fraud or borrower default or to bring proceedings against borrowers or guarantors of borrowers.
  • Deals with all types of lender claims arising out of secured lending transactions
  • Breaks down claims against relevant parties to a lender claim, highlighting unique aspects, including risks, associated with various types of claims
  • Details the specific practical and legal issues of the most common claims brought by lenders
  • Provides comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of mortgage possession claims and related subjects such as subrogation and title rectification
  • Details the specific practical and legal issues of the most common claims brought against borrowers
  • Includes timely discussion of sub-prime lending crisis and its likely impact on related case law
  • Each chapter is written by a practitioner specialising in the area covered
  • Includes an individual chapter on practice and procedural issues related to lender claims
CONTENTS
  • Claims/Remedies against the borrower/guarantor
  • Claims against Solicitors
  • Claims against Valuers
  • Claims against Accountants
  • Damages
  • Interest
  • Limitation
  • Contributory Negligence
  • Contribution
  • Experts
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Practice and Procedure
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