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Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money

Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money
 

Considering money both in a domestic and an international context, this book places particular emphasis on factors that may have an adverse impact on monetary obligations, such as depreciation, devaluation and exchange control. It includes a review of the consequences of the unio... read full description below.

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ISBN 9780198260554
Published 7 April 2005 by Oxford University Press
Format Hardback, 6th Revised edition
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Author(s) By Proctor, Charles
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ISBN-13 9780198260554
ISBN-10 0198260555
Stock Available
Status Indent title (sourced internationally), usually ships 4-6 weeks post release/order
Publisher Oxford University Press
Imprint Oxford University Press
Publication Date 7 April 2005
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Hardback, 6th Revised edition
Edition 6th Revised edition
Author(s) By Proctor, Charles
Category EU financial law
Financial Law
Number of Pages 904
Dimensions Width: 171mm
Height: 246mm
Spine: 50mm
Weight 1,673g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Library of Congress Foreign exchange - Law and legislation - Great Britain, Money - Law and legislation - Great Britain, Money - Law and legislation, Foreign exchange - Law and legislation
NBS Text National Law: Professional
ONIX Text Professional and scholarly
Dewey Code 343.41032
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

The long-awaited sixth edition of Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money takes account of a number of significant developments since the last edition was published in 1992. Without question, the completion of monetary union in Europe is the key achievement of the intervening years. An entirely new section of the book deals with this subject in detail; apart from private law aspects, the contentious issue of eurozone monetary sovereignty is considered and the text also discusses the possible consequences of the breakdown of the single currency area. The text also includes a review of the Rome Convention on the Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations and its consequences in the monetary field. At a more general level, the book reviews the legal meaning of the term money and considers whether traditional definitions can stand in the light of technological and other developments. The book also considers the nature and character of monetary obligations, including the consequences of non payment, devaluation, inflation and revalorisation. In the cross-border sphere, separate parts of the text are devoted to exchange control (including Article VIII (2)(b) of the IMF Agreement and the private international law of exchange control) and to the public international law of money (including the monetary law of inter-state obligations, treaty rules of monetary conduct and the protection of foreign monetary systems).

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Author's Bio

Charles Proctor is a Solicitor with some 25 years experience gained both in London and in the Far East. He has practised extensively in the fields of banking, securities and international finance, and has previously published two books and numerous articles on various aspects of financial law.

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