FACTORING THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF INVOICE FINANCE THIRD EDITION ( IN GOOD CONDITION )
Factoring is a financial tool now used by many of the large banks and financial institutions. This book has quickly established itself as the vade mecum on this complex subject, combining practical guidance on factoring with a lucid exposition of the law.
This third edition has been thoroughly updated, and includes key recent case law.
- Sets out the law and practice relating to factoring and invoice discounting
- Practical elements give the practitioner help in building a case
- Reflects significant changes in factoring practice.
Introduction.The application of factoring to modern business.The factor’s reactions with his client.The factor’s relations with his debtors.Mutual reviews: the factor and the client.International factoring.The legal structure of factoring.The effect of notice to the debtor and conflicts with third parties.Set-off and the debtor’s countervailing rights.The factoring agreement.Insolvency of the client.Special considerations for international factoring.The factor’s use of company charges.Appendices.