Business Law pp 293-333 | Cite as

Securities for Loans

  • Stephen Judge
Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series


After reading this chapter you will know about:
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    the way land, goods, securities and life insurance policies can be mortgaged, legally or equitably, to provide security for a loan

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    the remedies and protection of the mortgagee and the protection of the mortgagor

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    the charges which can be created over their property by registered companies, and the distinction between fixed and floating charges

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    guarantees and indemnities as a security, including the contractual considerations, special categories of guarantor, the rights of the guarantor and the termination of guarantees

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    the use of a retention of title clause as security for the supplier of goods against the eventuality of the purchaser becoming bankrupt or going into liquidation when the goods are still not paid for

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    the value of the lien as a form of security



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Recommended Further Reading

  1. The Law and Practice of Banking, Vol. 2: Securities for Bankers’ Advances, James Milnes, 8th edn (Holden, Pitman Publishing, 1993).Google Scholar
  2. The Law Relating to Banking Services, David Palfreyman, 4th edn (M & E Handbooks, Pitman Publishing, 1993).Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Stephen Judge 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • Stephen Judge
    • 1
  1. 1.London Guildhall UniversityUK

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