The Hong Kong Credit and Security Manual
Author(s): Judith Sihombing
This title deals with credit and securities matters relating to consumers and corporate parties.
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The Hong Kong Credit and Security Manual (formerly known as Commercial Law in Hong Kong) has been re-structured as a Manual. This is to facilitate those drafting commercial documents to provide all background information in a systematic order. The draftsman will be able to list and review the information required for the particular document being drafted.
The structure of this book is in three parts. The first part contains background information relating to commercial law generally. The second part contains a commentary on the various forms of real as well as quasi-securities. Part three contains matters to assist in drafting commercial documents.
Table of contents
1 BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION
3 CONTRACT AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
5 PRINCIPLES AND RULES
6 ACQUISITION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY – CHOSE IN ACTION AND CHOSE IN POSSESSION
7 THE TRUST – ITS USES AS A SECURITY
8 REAL SECURITIES: THE CHARGE
9 REAL SECURITIES: THE MORTGAGE
10 THE PLEDGE
12 HOW QUASI-SECURITIES WORK
13 ASSIGNMENT OF THE BENEFIT OF A CHOSE IN ACTION
14 REVERSE SECURITIES AND QUASI-SECURITIES
16 CONTRACTUAL QUASI-SECURITIES - GUARANTEES, INDEMNITIES, PERFORMANCE BONDS AND LETTERS OF COMFORT
18 BASIC COMMERCIAL DOCUMENTS