Both individuals and businesses can put up various kinds of property as security - everything from taking candlesticks to the pawnbroker to hire-purchase agreements works on this principle. This report reviews the present state of the law on security interests in property other than land and concludes, in line with the earlier Crowther Committee recommendations of 1971, that radical changes should be made. Their effect would be to simplify and clarify the current confused position. The new law should apply to companies, partnerships and individuals in the course of their business and also to consumers.
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Book Description HMSO, London, 1989. Book Condition: Good. iv 145p large format paperback, green card cover, cover a little creased, this copy from a Cambridge college library, remains of sticker to front, well preserved copy, uncommon title. Bookseller Inventory # PAB 177688