Taking security - common law vs civil law

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
  • Submitted 15 March 2017
  • Applicable Law Asia , Singapore
  • Topic Banking
  • Speaker Dan Marjanovic and Calvin Tan

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