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Priority of Crown Claims in Insolvency (print + ProView)
Par : Francis L. Lamer, B.Comm, B.C.L., LL.B.
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Resolving priorities between contractual personal property security transactions and statutory Crown security interests means navigating numerous legislative provisions, wrestling with conflicting case law, and balancing bankruptcy and insolvency law, Bank Act security and federal/provincial jurisdictions. Cut through the complexity with:
  • A thorough overview of the general principles applicable to the priority of statutory Crown claims
  • The Rules governing statutory priorities including the impact of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Bank Act on security interests and their interaction with provincial legislation
  • In-depth analysis of Crown security interests, such as: deemed statutory trusts, statutory liens, super priority and enhanced garnishment orders
  • Table of Statutory Provisions summarizing the various characteristics and rules that apply to many significant statutory provisions governing the creation and priority of security interests in federal and provincial law
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À propos de l'auteur
Francis L. Lamer is a graduate of McGill University where he studied Management (B.Comm. 1983) and obtained civil law and common law degrees (B.C.L. and LL.B. 1987) and earned numerous academic prizes and honours. He was called to the bar in 1988 in the Province of Quebec and went on to clerk for Mr. Justice Beetz and Mr. Justice Gonthier in 1989. Mr. Lamer was then called to the bar in the province of British Columbia where he has practised law since 1990. Mr. Lamer first practised as a commercial banking and real estate solicitor at a major national firm for two years before realizing that his calling was litigation. Since 1992, he has practised as a commercial litigator. As such, he has handled a wide variety of commercial litigation involving commercial fraud, shareholders' remedies, insolvency, securities law, estate litigation and family law, concentrating in those cases where knowledge and experience in commercial law is critical. Mr. Lamer has appeared and represented clients before all levels of court including the Court of Appeal for British Columbia and the Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Lamer is also an author who has published articles about a wide range of topics including civil liberties, family law and insolvency. Among his publications, he has authored Priority of Crown Claims in Insolvency (Carswell 1996), a looseleaf book with widespread circulation in Canadian legal circles.