This short-module provides lawyers with an overview of the various different aspects of lending money from the establishment of relationships of lending and security to the non-contractual liabilities of bankers.
It is particularly relevant to trainee or newly qualified banking solicitors or litigators/barristers working in the debt collection area and seeking a greater understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the relationships between banks and their customers.
By the end of this module participants will have gained a deeper understanding of:
- The key legal incidents to the banking relationship
- The basis of the banking relationship from the depositor to the lender and all of the issues that arise in between;
- The connections between the initial construction of the banking relationship and its resolution when it goes wrong;
- The links between the contractual and non-contractual aspects of the banking relationship and how they interact together.
- Loan agreements: Key commercial objectives and the important terms underlying the borrower-lender relationship;
- Security: Commercial rationale behind security, different types of security, asset specific considerations in security type, legal aspects of different security arrangements;
- Company law and other formalities relating to lending and security;
- Enforcement of lending and security documents, including equitable intervention;
- Understanding the legal nature of bank deposits and deposit guarantees; and
- Liability of Bankers in tort.
This Lecture is no longer available.
Duration & pricing:
- Net-Duration: 1 hour
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