The Law of Financial Derivatives in Canada
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"This is a fine volume and is much needed in the vacuum of Canadian legal literature. It is scholarly and practical, and thoroughly recommended." M.H. Ogilvie Professor of Law, Carleton University
This looseleaf provides a detailed review of the significant legal issues affecting derivatives transactions in Canada, including an introduction to the different types of derivatives transactions, an introduction to derivatives documentation, a detailed review of enforceability issues (including enforceability against insolvent counterparties), collateralization of transactions, regulatory issues (including securities law issues), duties owed in derivatives relationships and the tax treatment of various types of transactions with Canadian counterparties.Available in printed and ProView eBook formats. Interact with the authoritative titles and Thomson Reuters content you trust, while using market-leading eReader technology. Access any ProView eLooseleaf online or offline on any smart phone or laptop. Integration with WestlawNext Canada makes research even easier and more efficient. In addition to being cost-effective, every ProView eLooseleaf offers the convenience of seamlessly integrated updates and the efficiency of searching and tracking features.
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