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The Wealth Finance Brief - 1 October 2014

By and | 01 Oct 2014

This quarter we have prepared a guide to "Lending to law firms" which considers the particular issues which lenders active in this area need to take into account.

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A Lender's Right to Take Possession of Residential Property

01 Oct 2014

This article considers whether MCOB still offers any meaningful protection to borrowers who are in arrears, or whether lenders now have free reign.

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Litigation or Arbitration?

By | 01 Oct 2014

The jurisdiction or arbitration clause is often seen as a boilerplate provision – no more than a "footnote" to the agreement, and far less important than the commercial terms of a deal.

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Lending to law firms

By | 01 Oct 2014

As most law firms are structured as limited liability partnerships, some of the considerations are common to lending to limited liability partnerships generally.

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Lending to Limited Partnerships against Capital Calls

Lending to Limited Partnerships against Capital Calls

By and | 01 Oct 2014

This article sets out how these types of loans and the security are structured and the issues which need to be considered by lenders.

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The Wealth Finance Brief - 20 June 2014

The Wealth Finance Brief - 20 June 2014

By and | 20 Jun 2014

We have a full and varied edition of The Wealth Finance Brief this quarter.

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The Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol: ratification by the UK (II)

By | 20 Jun 2014

The process of implementation continues and on 12 March 2014 the government published draft legislation in order to designate the Convention as an EU Treaty.

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Will banks lose priority when amending and restating facilities? High Court considers meaning of "further advances" under anti-tacking provisions

Will banks lose priority when amending and restating facilities? High Court considers meaning of "further advances" under anti-tacking provisions

20 Jun 2014

Comfort is provided to secured creditors with first-ranking security that they will not ordinarily lose their priority position if they take steps to alter the terms of an existing transaction.

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Consumer loan and a pledge over a viola – what happens when the music stops?

By | 20 Jun 2014

A case where an individual in financial difficulties took out successive loans on the security of a chattel and none of the lenders knew about the other loans.

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