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Consolidated Alberta Securities Transfer Act 2008
The passage of the Securities Transfer Act (the "STA") on January 1, 2007, established indirect holding rights and liabilities in securities law practice, revolutionizing securities law in the province. The legal regime of securities possession by third party intermediaries introduced by the STA and its consequential amendments to the Personal Property Security Act (the "PPSA", modeled after Revised Articles 8 and 9 of the U.S. Uniform Commercial Code (the "UCC"), codifies existing commercial conventions in global securities transactions.
How is the change brought about by the STA going to be realized in Alberta? You will get a better sense of how the STA and its consequential amendments will play out by having the Alberta Securities Transfer Act 2008 as reference tool. The Alberta Securities Transfer Act 2008 contains all the material provisions of the STA as well as all the consequential amendments to the PPSA along with caselaw annotations under the analogous provisions of Revised Article 8 and Article 9 of the UCC. These caselaw annotations provide an invaluable insight into how the STA and the STA-modified PPSA are judicially interpreted in real-world situations. And this in turn gives securities practitioners in Alberta an insight into how the STA and the STA-modified PPSA likely will be treated in Alberta courts.
With the advent of the Securities Transfer Act in Alberta, the law of securities possession got more complex. Get an edge on the competition and a more nuanced understanding of that law by purchasing the Alberta Securities Transfer Act 2008.