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Mortgage Set Aside For Undue Influence But Lender Still Entitled To Possession Pursuant To Its Equitable Charge
The recent case of Santander UK PLC v. (1) Ashley Shaun Fletcher and (2) Paula Denise Fletcher [2018] EWHC 2778 (Ch) ...
UK
28 Nov 2018
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The Law On Introduction Of Amendments Into Certain Ukrainian Legislative Instruments Pertaining To The Renewal Of Crediting (Ukrainian)
Закон про внесення змін до деяких законодавчих актів України щодо відновлення кре
Ukraine
28 Nov 2018
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The Law On Introduction Of Amendments Into Certain Ukrainian Legislative Instruments Pertaining To The Renewal Of Crediting
The Law on introduction of amendments into certain Ukrainian legislative instruments pertaining to the renewal of crediting (the "Law"), dated 03.07.2018.
Ukraine
28 Nov 2018
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How Good Is Your Guarantor?: A Reminder Of The Distinction Between A Guarantee And An Indemnity
The High Court recently handed down its decision in Catalyst Business Finance v. Very Tangy Television Limited, Richard Tuckwell, Very Tangy Media Limited [2018] EWHC 1669 (QB).
UK
11 Oct 2018
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New Amendments To The Land Act Affecting Mortgaging In Tanzania
The Government of Tanzania has recently passed the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No. 1 of 2018, an Act that amends certain written laws.
Tanzania
1 Oct 2018
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Key Regulatory Developments In The Netherlands
The Dutch Central Bank allows institutions to submit a draft license application as per 6 July 2018 for providing payment services under PSD2 in anticipation of the entering into force of the Dutch implementation...
Netherlands
3 Aug 2018
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Niet Weigeren Maar Veilen!
Aansprakelijkheidsrecht. Op een notaris rust een ministerieplicht. De ministerieplicht houdt in dat een notaris verplicht is opgedragen werkzaamheden te verrichten ...
Netherlands
20 Jul 2018
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Mortgage Debt And Set-Off Rights: Woodeson V. Credit Suisse (UK)
Where a bank holds security for a loan, it can clearly enforce that security if the borrower is unable to repay its mortgage by selling the secured property and applying the sale proceeds to discharge...
UK
19 Jul 2018
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EU Commission Sets Sights On Minimum Standards For Credit Servicers
QuickTake: New rules aim for a more single servicers market but potentially at a cost
UK
16 Jul 2018
10
Government Decides On "Infrastructure Mortgage"
Below we provide a more detailed description of the key measures envisioned by the roadmap.
Russian Federation
16 Mar 2018
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A New Force In Structured Finance
For Dentons' London Structured Finance team, 2017 has been a transformative year where we have gone from strength to strength, becoming a New Force ...
European Union
19 Feb 2018
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LMA Publishes Revised Versions Of Suite Of Developing Markets Facility Agreements
Between 13 and 20 December 2017, the Loan Market Association (LMA) published to its members revised versions of its suite of developing markets facility agreements, together with an updated users guide.
UK
27 Dec 2017
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Parallel Debt Structures In South Africa
Syndicated loan transactions are a common feature in the South African loan market.
South Africa
23 Nov 2017
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What Happens When A Charge Is Discharged In Error?
NRAM Ltd v. Evans [2017] EWCA Civ 1013 is an interesting case in which a bank discharged a mortgage in error.
UK
7 Nov 2017
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Shifting The Onerous: Onerous Land Disclaimed By Bankruptcy Trustees Can Also Become Onerous For Lenders
This update deals with "onerous property" and the issues involved when a trustee in bankruptcy disclaims onerous land, including the potential impact on lenders.
Australia
30 Aug 2017
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When Can Fraud On A Mortgage Be Brought Home To The Bank?
In a significant decision, that will be good news for lenders, the Supreme Court of New South Wales has confirmed the principle that fraud as an exception to indefeasibility of title only applies...
Australia
16 Aug 2017
17
Dentons Publishes The Taking Security Guide
Dentons has published its first ever global Taking Security Guide, which offers an overview of the requirements and regulations on taking security against loans in more than 30 countries across Europe...
Worldwide
19 Jul 2017
18
PEXA And e-Conveyancing Demystified For Mortgagees
There is considerable confusion amongst mortgage lenders about the PEXA world. In this report we try to simply describe the way forward.
Australia
5 Apr 2017
19
Can We Help You? NSW Supreme Court Provides Guidance On Code Of Banking Practice
A recent decision by the Supreme Court of New South Wales has provided some useful guidance on the meaning of clause 28.2 of the Code of Banking Practice (Code)...
Australia
1 Feb 2017
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International Focus - Taking Security Over Real Estate In The Commonwealth Of Independent States
For better or worse, we live in an increasingly globalised world. And in the lifetime of many businesses, there comes a time when they need to expand into new markets in foreign lands.
Russian Federation
19 Oct 2016
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