This seminar looks at taking security in common law and civil law jurisdictions and considers the key issues in enforcing cross-border security.
This session covers:
- Taking security in common law jurisdictions
- Taking security in civil law jurisdictions
- Key issues to consider when taking and enforcing cross-border security
15 March 2017
Dan Marjanovic and Calvin Tan
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