Canadian Banking Law, 2nd Edition

Author(s):
M.H. Ogilvie

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Written by a noted banking law authority, this hardcover text presents a unique insight into the relationship between domestic and foreign banks and federal government regulators and the evolving relationship between banks and their customers under the Bank Act and the thousands of court decisions. The book presents a current and complete picture of domestic banking law in Canada. It also incorporates English common law tradition and relevant law from the U.S. and Australia. Structured topically for easy use, this text examines key issues ranging from high-level subjects such as interpretation and application of the Bank Act, to more public concerns such as credit cards, traveller's cheques, money orders and much more.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Banking and Finance Law

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
1998-01-09

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Service #:
30835115

Sub #:
30835115

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