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International Initiatives to Harmonize the Law of Secure Transactions

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  • Wallace, D.
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    This paper related four topics:i) why is there such a strong movement to harmonize private, commercial law and in particular the law of secured transactions at this time, and what are some of the characteristics of hamonization efforts; ii) the body paper proposed revisions to UCC Article 8, the EBRD Model Law (briefly), the draft uniform rules on international interests in mobile equipment of the UNIDROIT (The International Institute of Unification of Private Law, in Rome) and proposed articles of draft uniform rules on assignment in receivables financing of UNCITRAL (United Nation Commission on International Trade Law); iii) the development of electronic registries (briefly); and iv) conclusions.

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    Paper provided by Georgetown University Law Center in its series Papers with number 97-1.

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    Length: 23 pages
    Date of creation: 1997
    Handle: RePEc:fth:geolaw:97-1
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    Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC. 20001. Maintainer-Name: Thomas Krichel

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