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The Law of Tracing in Commercial Transactions


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Introduction 1: The structure of interests in property in commercial transactions 2: Loss of proprietary interest in an asset 3: Derived assets 4: Default rules in the absence of an agreement 5: Agreements with derived asset clauses 6: Claims to proceeds of unauthorised acts 7: What should a default proceeds rule be? Conclusion

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Dr Magda Raczynska is Lecturer in Law at the University College London.


Both books are interesting, thought provoking and extremely cogently argued. They are welcome additions to the stallar Oxford University Press tracing collection. * Andreas Televantos, The Cambridge Law Journal [Reviewed with Claims to Traceable Proceeds by Aruna Nair] *
While this thought-provoking book is not, and does not purport to be, a practitioner text, it will be of interest to practitioners. * Roger Laville, Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law *

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