Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Finance & banking
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2008-11-01
Carswell

The Law of Banking and Payment in Canada, Binder/looseleaf and eLooseleaf

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Neatly categorized into 37 chapters, The Law of Banking and Payment in Canada is an important discourse that focuses on currency and legal tenders, payment laws, specialized and general-purpose payment systems, and the new forms of money.

It includes chapters on

  • The law of payment including the permissible forms of payment, the principles of the law of payment, currency of payment, appropriation of payments, compelling payment, cost of late payment, penalties, and proof of payment
  • The law of money, including consideration of the many forms of value that qualify as "money", the legal characteristics of money, fungibility and the exceptions; tracing at common law, equity and under statute; foreign exchange controls, economic sanctions, counterfeit money, and money laundering
  • The business of banking, constitutional law issues surrounding banking activities, provincial control of banks' activities, meaning of "bank" in various contexts; "banking" by non-banks
  • The banker/customer relationship, formation and termination, terms, online banking, duties and standards of care and confidentiality, mandatory statutory disclosures, deposits, administration of accounts, special fiduciary obligations, banks' unique rights, and remedies
  • Payment under options and derivatives contracts, the rules and operations of Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation, risk assessment in derivatives markets

The looseleaf format of this treatise ensures the information remains current as banking law evolves.

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The Law of Banking and Payment in Canada, Binder/looseleaf and eLooseleaf

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Neatly categorized into 37 chapters, The Law of Banking and Payment in Canada is an important discourse that focuses on currency and legal tenders, payment laws, specialized and general-purpose payment systems, and the new forms of money.

It includes chapters on

  • The law of payment including the permissible forms of payment, the principles of the law of payment, currency of payment, appropriation of payments, compelling payment, cost of late payment, penalties, and proof of payment
  • The law of money, including consideration of the many forms of value that qualify as "money", the legal characteristics of money, fungibility and the exceptions; tracing at common law, equity and under statute; foreign exchange controls, economic sanctions, counterfeit money, and money laundering
  • The business of banking, constitutional law issues surrounding banking activities, provincial control of banks' activities, meaning of "bank" in various contexts; "banking" by non-banks
  • The banker/customer relationship, formation and termination, terms, online banking, duties and standards of care and confidentiality, mandatory statutory disclosures, deposits, administration of accounts, special fiduciary obligations, banks' unique rights, and remedies
  • Payment under options and derivatives contracts, the rules and operations of Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation, risk assessment in derivatives markets

The looseleaf format of this treatise ensures the information remains current as banking law evolves.

About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.