Banking Law in Australia, 9th edition
Provides carefully crafted commentary on the history, current practice and future directions of banking law.
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Now in its ninth edition, Banking Law in Australia is a popular banking law text used by law and business students in elective subjects. This book provides a clear and concise commentary on the history, current practice and future directions of banking law. The text seeks to engage students and practitioners with new material about the Personal Properties Securities Act, electronic payments and greater discussions of consumer-minded issues.
- New material on the PPSA and related cases
- Updated material on electronic payments
- Greater discussion of consumer-minded issues
- Updated online materials for students and lecturers
Baxt, Black and Hanrahan, Securities and Financial Services Law, 9th ed, 2017 Duggan & Brown, Australian Personal Property Securities Law, 2nd ed, 2015 Edwards, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Banking Law in Australia, 2nd ed, 2012
Table of contents
Chapter 1 – The Australian Banking System
Chapter 2 – Regulation
Chapter 3 – Banker and Customer
Chapter 4 – Accounts
Chapter 5 – Bills of Exchange
Chapter 6 – Duties of the Banker
Chapter 7 – Duties of the Customer
Chapter 8 – Cheques
Chapter 9 – Payment and Payment Systems
Chapter 10 – Payment under a Mistake
Chapter 11 – Consumer Protection
Chapter 12 – Lending – General Principles
Chapter 13 – Secured Lending – Real Property
Chapter 14 – Secured Lending – Personal Property
Chapter 15 – Lending – Guarantees
Chapter 16 – The Banker’s Lien and Mareva Orders
Chapter 17 – Documentary Credits