Floating Charges in Scotland: New Perspectives and Current Issues

Jonathan Hardman (Co-Editor), Alisdair Macpherson (Co-Editor)

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Leading experts cover history, current law, practice and reform to provide the definitive text on floating charges

Examines floating charges from a wide range of different perspectives, including doctrinal, policy-focused, theoretical and comparative approaches

Contributions from Ross G. Anderson, Jennifer L. L. Gant, George L. Gretton, Jonathan Hardman, Alisdair D. J. MacPherson, Donna McKenzie Skene, Magda Raczynska and Andrew J. M. Steven

Includes a foreword by Lord Drummond Young

The floating charge is vital to secured transactions in Scotland and plays a key role in access to finance and corporate insolvency. Leading experts at the forefront of the topic deliver wide-ranging coverage of the history, theory, practice and potential reform of Scotland's floating charge. They examine floating charges from diverse approaches including ‘black letter’, socio-legal, law and economics, and comparative perspectives.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
ISBN (Print)9781474458726
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2022


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