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978-0-88804-606-2
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Approximately 550 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2012-10-26
Canada Law Book

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Commercial Debt Collection in Canada: A Legal Handbook
By: David Franklin, Ad.E.
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Description
There are ten provinces in Canada and three territories, each with separate rules of procedure. There are two distinct legal regimes, namely the common law and the civil law of Quebec. This overview of the Canadian jurisdictions provides a timely and practical guide to enforcing creditor rights. The focus of this book is on decreasing trade risk by understanding the procedures available for trade creditors. The analysis by commercial lawyers of various topics and provincial jurisdictions is practical not only for exporters involved in cross border and inter-provincial commerce, but also for attorneys, export insurers and financial institutions, and collections agencies whose clients conduct business in Canada.
About the Author
David Franklin, Ad.E., graduated from McGill University in 1959 and is senior partner of the Montreal law firm of Franklin & Franklin (www.franklinlegal.com). David concentrates on international commercial debt recovery. He has been Chairman of various international law conferences including China, London, Amsterdam and Dublin. David has given lectures in over 20 countries and has written numerous articles on international commercial debt recovery. He is the author of several books on debt recovery including Statute of Limitations in International Commercial Claims, International Commercial Debt Collection (Carswell) and co-author of International Commercial Secured Transactions (Carswell). He is a member of the Quebec Bar, the Canadian Bar Association, the International Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. He is also a member of the Commercial Law League of America and the International Association of Commercial Collectors. He is the recipient of the honorific title of Advocate Emeritus from the Quebec Bar for his outstanding contribution to the legal community. For 45 years he has taught law at the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University in Montreal. He served as the Honorary Consul of Iceland in Montreal from 2001 to 2015.